ICD-10 Training

Welcome to our ICD-10 Training Courses

ICD-10 Training Online Courses by Linda Kobayashi, RHIT, CCS: The focus is on Inpatient and ER coding, covering diagnosis and procedure codes extensively. Conditions and complications from all 22 chapters of ICD-10-CM and associated procedures are rigorously covered through life-like coding scenarios.

The full Inpatient course is broken up into two sections, the first covering ICD-10-CM Chapters 1-9 and the second covering Chapters 10-19 (External cause codes are present as secondary diagnoses throughout the course). We give equal treatment to both ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS.

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Course fees are $10 USD per CEU. Follow the payment instructions after you start a course.

ICD-10 Emergency Room Training Course

5 CEUs applicable to AAPC & AHIMA

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Part 1: ICD-10 Inpatient Training: Chap 1-9

5 CEUs applicable to AAPC & AHIMA

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Part 2: ICD-10 Inpatient Training: Chap 10-19

5 CEUs applicable to AAPC & AHIMA

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Basic Instructions

This ICD-10 Training Course is essentially set up as a large practice exam. We did this because we think the best way to learn ICD-10 is by coding in ICD-10. Questions are structured as multiple choice, where more than one selection can be made. Each ICD-10 Training Course question is followed by a detailed rationale that should help you understand the why and how of each code assignment. At the start of each Chapter Section you will be asked to acknowledge that you have read the 2014 coding guidelines we present for that chapter.

Questions are assigned to a chapter based on the primary diagnosis. There are many secondary diagnoses that fall in several different chapters. Notably, Chapters 7 (Eye), 8 (Ear), and Chapters 20, 21, and 22, are only seen as secondary diagnosis codes, and do not have their own chapter sections in the ICD-10 Training Course.