My Notes on AHIMA’s ICD-10-PCS: The 7 Approaches in the Medical and Surgical Section Webinar
November 13, 2018
CEU: 1.0 – Clinical Data Management
1. Define the 7 ICD-10-PCS (PCS) Approach Values
2. Apply 7 PCS Guidelines pertaining to Approaches
3. Correctly identify the Approach value in 5 scenarios from Coding Clinic
4. Correctly identify the correct Approach value in 6 scenarios from AHIMA’s ICD-10-PCS: The 7 Approaches in the Medical and Surgical Section, and from 2016 PCS Reference Manual
5. Assign the correct MS-DRG in 3 scenarios in which Approach affects the grouper logic.
Kay Piper, RHIA, CDIP, CCS
Kay Piper, RHIA, CDIP, CCS has a passion for helping others improve their coding knowledge and skills. Kay is the Inpatient Coding Educator for SSM Health System, based in St. Louis, Missouri. She provides education for coders for 19 hospitals in four states. Kay is committed to others through volunteerism. She has served as –
- Missouri Health Information Management Association (MoHIMA) Coding Roundtable Coordinator
- MoHIMA Delegate
- AHA’s Coding Clinic for ICD-1O-CM/PCS Editorial Advisory Board member
- AHIMA Rapid Designs team member, a volunteer group creating ICD-10 educational materials
Kay edited AHIMA’s 2014 CCA Exam Preparation Workbook, Fourth Edition
Kay has been honored to receive
- 2014 MoHIMA Distinguished Service Award
- 2014 and 2015 AHIMA Coding Roundtable Achievement in Coding Excellence Award
Aaron Scholand, HIT Student, St. Charles Community College
Aaron Scholand is a currently enrolled student in the Health Information Management program at Saint Charles Community College. Particular to this semester’s coursework, Aaron has been assigned to the Coding Education Office at SSM Saint Mary’s-Saint Louis, MO under the supervision of Kay Piper.
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