FY ICD-10-CM/PCS Update
Coding for obstetrics and gynecology diagnoses and procedures has never been simple. This webinar will describe the coding and documentation details required to identify, report, and assign specific ICD-10-CM/PCS codes related to those services.
Original presentation date
September 20 and 22, 2016
Viewing the recording does not constitute eligibility to receive a CE. Only attendees of the live event are eligible to receive a CE Certificate.
By the end of this webinar participants will be able to:
- dentify the major changes to ICD-10-CM diagnosis coding and any related coding guideline updates
- Identify the major changes to ICD-10-PCS procedure coding and any related coding guideline updates
- Gain an understanding of how some of the changes may impact current coding practice and analysis of current and future data
Sandra Macica, MS, RHIA
Sandy serves as the Coding Content Manager for the Revenue Cycle, Coding, and Compliance segment of Elsevier Clinical Solutions. In her role, Sandy works to ensure that Elsevier’s coding lessons are relevant, accurate and up-to-date with the latest coding guidelines.
In her over 25 years of experience Sandy has held positions as supervisor, director, manager, and consultant in both acute care and outpatient health care settings. She has also been as a clinical practicum instructor and as adjunct faculty in a Health Information Technology program instructing students in coding and pathophysiology.
Sandy is a member of AHIMA and NYHIMA as well as a Past-President of the Adirondack Health Information Management Association (AdHIMA). She is currently serving as Past President of NYHIMA.
Sandy earned a Master of Science degree in Health Service Administration from Russell Sage College in Albany, NY and a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Record Administration from the SUNY College of Technology in Utica, NY. She is a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS), and an AHIMA approved ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS trainer.