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ICD-10 Tips

Precyse ICD-10 Documentation Tips for Specialties:

  • OB
  • CDI Documentation Tips

  • Adverse Affects and Poisoning
  • AKI
  • AMI
  • Anemia
  • Aneurysm
  • BMI
  • Cardiac Arrest
  • Cerebral Artery Infarction
  • COPD
  • Congestive Heart Failure
  • CVA
  • Diabetes
  • DVT
  • Encephalopathy
  • Femur Fracture
  • HIV and AIDS
  • Joint Replacement
  • Malnutrition
  • OB
  • Pneumonia
  • Skin Ulcers
  • Documentation Tips: CVA & Joint Replacement

    Below are tips provided by Centegra’s CDI team:

    For a complete list of Documentation Tips, click here.

    ICD-10 Kick-off Information

    On April 27th & May 26th Centegra’s HIM department conducted a presentation Kicking-off ICD-10. Dr. Janowtiz, from BCBS, also presented on May 26th regarding ICD-10. Below are the links to the presentations by Centegra HIM and Dr. Janowitz.

    ICD-10 Overview by: Centegra Health System

    ICD-10: Preparing for the Challenges Ahead by: Robert Janowitz, MD

    ICD-10 Learning Opportunities for May

    Each month, Centegra will provide education for physicians and their office staff to help ease the transition to ICD-10. We scheduled another kick off session due to requests from those who missed the presentation in April. You may attend one or both of these programs below, but please note we request RSVP as seating is limited.


    This is an opportunity to learn general information about ICD-10 from the Centegra Health Information Management Team.
    Date: Tuesday, May 26
    Time: 11am-Noon (box lunch provided)
    Location: Centegra Hospital-Woodstock, Conference Rooms A & B


    Why does ICD-10 matter? What is changing for physicians and hospitals? How do I get ready? How will you prepare? These and other questions will be answered by our presenter, Dr. Robert Janowitz, Medical Director for Blue Cross Blue Shield Illinois Local Markets.

    Date: Tuesday, May 26
    Time: Noon-1pm (box lunch provided)
    Time: Centegra Hospital-Woodstock, Conference Rooms A & B

    RSVP by May 21
    Danette Santana, Physician Outreach
    815-788-5859 /dsantana@centegra.com


    Attention Office Managers/Coders

    UPDATE: Session is Full

    What: Kick Off to ICD-10


    When: Monday, April 27, 2015; 12pm-1pm

    *Box Lunch Provided*

    There will be monthly ICD-10 learning sessions. Please contact Danette Santana, Physician Outreach
    (815)788-5859/ dsantana@centegra.com, for more information.

    ICD-10 Apps

    Below are 2 Apps offered by Precyse regarding ICD-10:

    ICD-10 Doc Guide

    Developed by the leading ICD-10 educator in the United States, the Precyse University ICD-10 Doc Guide app allows the user to enter the name of a condition or disease and receive the documentation tips and strategies to document the medical record with the specificity required for ICD-10 as well as improved documentation in ICD-9. This app is perfect for physicians, nurses, clinical documentation improvement specialists, and other clinicians who need a tool to quickly retrieve information on how to document the most common diseases and conditions. It is a great resource for any clinician to use in preparation for ICD-10 as well as to use in our documentation prior to the ICD-10 transition.

    For more information or to download the app click here.

    ICD-10 Doc Talk

    Developed by the leading ICD-10 educator in the United States in collaboration with Bruce Scott, M.D., a practicing physician, surgeon, and clinical educator, the Precyse University Doc Talk app allows the user to listen to specialty-specific audio webinars designed to provide an overview of the impact ICD-10 will have on each specialty. These short audio webinars will look to educate you on the impacts within each specialty with specific focus on the documentation requirements needed for ICD-10 specificity. Each session will provide key disease and condition examples from that specialty and illustrate what documentation will be required for each disease. This app is perfect for physicians, physician assistants, Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists/Nurses, and other clinicians who will document or support the documentation of the medical record when ICD-10 arrives. Please note that all information provided not only offers valuable steps for a clinician to prepare for ICD-10, but also documentation strategies that can assist today in ICD-9. Adopting many of the examples and strategies contained within can improve documentation, reduce queries, drive medical necessity, and improve clinical care through specific and actionable data within the record.

    For more information or to download the app click here.