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The Continuous Challenge to Code and Document COPD Compliantly

March 13, 2018 Episode 316
Talk Ten Tuesdays
The Continuous Challenge to Code and Document COPD Compliantly
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Talk Ten Tuesdays
The Continuous Challenge to Code and Document COPD Compliantly
Mar 13, 2018 Episode 316
Chuck Buck | Erica Remer, MD | Nelly Leon-Chisen | Linda Holtzman | Laurie M. Johnson | H. Steven Moffic, MD
COPD continues to be a challenge to code and document – its coding in particular, and its sequencing, can be difficult. Shedding light on this subject during this episode is Nelly Leon-Chisen, the director of coding and classification for the AHA.
Show Notes

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) continues to be a challenge to code and document – its coding in particular, and its sequencing, can be difficult. As a medical diagnosis, COPD is one of the most frequently searched terms on the Internet.

Shedding light on this subject during this episode of Talk Ten Tuesdays is Nelly Leon-Chisen, the director of coding and classification for the American Hospital Association (AHA).

Last Tuesday and Wednesday, the federal ICD-10 Coordination and Maintenance Committee (C&M) met to hear from proposals for new code topics. During this episode we will also have two reports on this major healthcare event, which was held at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) headquarters in Baltimore. Reporting on the proposals are Linda Holtzman, the founder of Clarity Coding, and coding educator and consultant Laurie Johnson.

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