Certificate Course in Medical Coding

Medical Terminology, Anatomy & Physiology, ICD 10 CM guidelines & Introduction of CPT portion
Certificate Course in Medical Coding
File Size :
13.67 GB
Total length :
14h 11m

Instructor

Srikanth Gorantla

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Published 12/2022

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Certificate Course in Medical Coding

What you’ll learn

Medical Terminology
Anatomy & Physiology
ICD 10 CM
Guidelines and Introduction of CPT portion

Certificate Course in Medical Coding

Requirements

Basic Knowledge on Pharmaceutical/ medical field
Basic level of English
Good quality of internet connection, Desktop /Laptop/Smartphone required(Since dealing with online mode)

Description

Trainer for this course: Anumula Praveena CPC® – Medical Coding Corporate TrainerTrainer Introduction: Anumula Praveena was graduated from Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) University with a Nursing degree. Worked as a clinical nurse with all the departments in a hospital especially in ICU & Oncology departments and shifted her career to Medical Coding in a variety of roles including Corporate Trainer, Quality Auditor and as a medical coder. She was having 9+ years of experience in the relevant field and had exposure to all coding specialties.This Certification course covers the modules 1,2&3.Module-1: Medical TerminologyMedical Terminology – Medicine Has a Language of Its Own – Current medical vocabulary includes terms built from Greek and Latin word parts, eponyms, acronyms, and terms from modern language – Medical terms are like individual jigsaw puzzles. They consist of (prefixes, combining forms, and suffixes) that make each term unique. – Once you understand the basic medical term structure and how these components fit together, you will be able to “build” almost any medical term. -Basic Elements of a Medical Word Word Root Combining Form Suffix PrefixModule-2: Anatomy & PhysiologyHuman Body systems – The Human body is bio-logical machine made of body systems; Group of Organs that work together to produce and sustain life – There are 10 systems, which describe about the body function -Musculoskeletal system -Cardiovascular system -Respiratory system -Integumentary system -Nervous system -Digestive system -Urinary system -Endocrine system -Lymphatic system -Reproductive systemModule-3: ICD 10 CMICD 10 CM (International classification of diseases & Signs and symptoms 10th revision clinical modification) Assigning codes for diseasesIntroduction to ICD -Infections and parasitic diseases -Neoplasm -Endocrine, nutritional, metabolic diseases   -Blood and blood forming organs   -Mental disorders   -Nervous system and sense organs   -Circulatory system    -Respiratory system     -Digestive system     -Genitourinary system     -Complications of pregnancy and abortions    -Skin and subcutaneous    -Musculoskeletal and connective tissue   -Congenital anomalies   -Perinatal period conditions   -Signs and symptoms   -Injuries, poisoning and complications   -COVID 19

Overview

Section 1: Medical Terminology

Lecture 1 Medical Terminology-1

Lecture 2 Medical Terminology-2

Lecture 3 Medical Terminology and abbreviations test discussion and brief introduction abo

Section 2: Anatomy & Physiology

Lecture 4 Cardiovascular practice and digestive anatomy discussion

Lecture 5 Endocrine system & Excretory system

Lecture 6 Integumentary System & Lymphatic system

Lecture 7 Reproductive and Nervous system

Lecture 8 Nervous system & Musculoskeletal system

Lecture 9 Musculoskeletal system

Lecture 10 Anatomy grand test discussion with ICD 10 CM introduction class

Section 3: ICD 10 CM

Lecture 11 ICD 10 CM practice questions discussion & Conventions

Lecture 12 Practice test discussion

Lecture 13 ICD chapter specific guidelines

Lecture 14 Chapter 1 Practice test discussion

Lecture 15 Chapter 2,3,4 guidelines discussion

Lecture 16 Practice test discussion, chapter 5, 6, 7, 8 guidelines

Lecture 17 Practice test discussion, chapter 5, 6, 7, 8 guidelines Part-2

Lecture 18 Practice test discussion, 9,10,11,12,13,14, chapter guidelines discussion

Lecture 19 Practice test discussion, 9,10,11,12,13,14, chapter Practice questions

Lecture 20 Chapter 15,16,17,18 guidelines discussion

Lecture 21 Practice test discussion 15,16,17,18

Lecture 22 Chapter 19, 20, 21 guidelines discussion

Lecture 23 Modifiers discussion

Lecture 24 How to schedule your Certificate Exam

Graduate or postgraduate degree in Pharmacy or Pharmaceutical Sciences,Graduate or postgraduate degree in Medicine,Graduate or postgraduate degree in Life sciences

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 14h 11m | 13.67 GB
Created by: Srikanth Gorantla

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