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CWTC [Episode 80] Coding from PAS in IRF, Underage Pregnancy Code, PT in Patient’s Home

On December 30, 2019, in CWTC, by AQ-IQ LLC

Welcome to Coffee with the Coder®, our conversation with Paula Digby and her team to address issues, observations and questions for Health Information Management professionals, physicians, auditors, payors and students. You are invited to listen in for ten to twenty minutes every other Monday and to submit your favorite questions or comments for Coffee with […]

ICD-10 CM: Looking Forward to 2019

Webinar “ICD-10 CM Updates: Looking Forward to 2019” begins at Noon September 6, 2018

On August 29, 2018, in Announcements, by AQ-IQ LLC

It’s that time of the year again… as we leave behind the long summer days and the warm weather we can begin look forward to the crisp cool autumn air, the changing colors of foliage and the start of the holiday season. In the world of coding we can also look forward to the oncoming […]

Don’t Get Burned!-How To Code Burns Properly in ICD-10

Coding for Cardiovascular Conditions in ICD-10-CM (2018)

Webinar “Coding for Cardiovascular Conditions in ICD-10-CM” May 10, 2018 beginning at Noon Eastern (9am Pacific)

On April 26, 2018, in Announcements, by AQ-IQ LLC

Due to changes in the ICD-10-CM guidelines and because heart disease is such a prevalent issue for the US healthcare industry, it is important for coders to become adept at applying both the guidelines and the codes associated with heart disease in ICD-10-CM. In this session we will be discussing: ICD-10 CM codes for cardiovascular […]

Diabetes: Sugar on the Rise (ICD-10-CM)

Webinar “Diabetes: Sugar on the Rise” Thursday August 17, 2017 starts at Noon Eastern (9:00 am Pacific)

On August 10, 2017, in Announcements, by AQ-IQ LLC

Associating signs and symptoms with diabetes is always based on the documentation by the physician or provider. It is suspected that the increase in per capita consumption of sugar and other sweeteners has influenced a rise in the instances of diabetes in the American population. What are the nuances that influence correct coding of this […]