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ICD-10 Obstetrical and Perinatal Data, Improved Data Collection, It's About Time

This webinar should provide healthcare professionals with problem solving strategies for obstetrical and perinatal data collection in ICD-10 with a focus on the importance of improved documentation.

  • Describe clinical scenarios that create common coding problems
  • Examine problem solving strategies when coding criteria is unclear
  • Discuss the importance of clear documentation by providers and coders for clinical practice and reimbursement

Duration: 1 hour
Recorded: Wed. June 10, 2015

Continuing education credit is not available for this activity.

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Presenter Information

Jeanne Yoder, RHIA, CCS-P, CPC, CPC-I

Jeanne Yoder is currently involved in the transition to ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS and educates providers and analysts regarding the upcoming changes and on the power of coded healthcare data. She provides data analysis and interpretation with recommendations/reports and leadership/mentoring to improve data quality. Since 2009, she has been with Lockheed Martin in support of the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Decision Support and a coding Subject Matter Expert for the DHA. In this role she is an active participant in ICD-9/ICD-10-CM Coordination and Maintenance Meetings, the National Uniform Billing Committee, and National Uniform Claim Committee (NUCC) meetings. She is a Registered Health Information Administrator and a Certified Coding Specialist. Ms. Yoder has presented at the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) national conventions and local chapter meetings. She is an author for AAPC Coding Edge magazine.

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