Jill M. Young

Jill M. Young

Jill M Young is the Principal of Young Medical Consulting, LLC. A company founded 18 years ago to meet the education and compliance needs of physicians and their staff Jill has over 40 years of medical experience working in all areas of the medical practice including clinical, billing and rounding with physicians. Her unique style of working...
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Jill M. Young

Unveils ICD-10-CM Codes for FY 2024 with 395 New Additions

In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, staying ahead is essential. Annually, the ICD-10-CM code set undergoes a transformative journey, New codes are approved, revisions made and codes deleted.

Every office needs to review these new codes while also being aware of changes and revisions to other codes. In many instances, a code subset is expanded, potentially invalidating a previously used and valid code. Terminology changes, technology evolves, and both codes and their subsets undergo changes. It's essential to pass along knowledge of new and updated codes to providers to ensure compliant coding and to prevent frustration on their part. And let's not forget the possible risk of rejection for utilizing an invalid code.

Webinar Objectives

By the end of this session, participants will gain comprehensive insights into the upcoming ICD-10-CM code set updates for the year 2024. They will receive a thorough overview of the majority of new codes, accompanied by detailed explanations of their appropriate utilization. Moreover, participants will delve into specific cases where the rationale behind code requests will be explored, enhancing their understanding of the necessity for new codes or improvements to existing ones.

For instance, participants will encounter a new code related to anemia, along with intricate instructions on its precise application and the associated codes to be used in conjunction. Additionally, the session will spotlight various new codes addressing Parkinsonism, elucidating the usage guidelines and complementary codes to ensure accurate coding practices.

Furthermore, the session will shed light on the latest guidelines introduced alongside the new codes within the Myocardial Infarction with Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction section. This discussion will provide participants with a comprehensive grasp of the evolving landscape in the realm of medical coding, empowering them with the knowledge to proficiently navigate and utilize the new codes and guidelines.

After attending the session, participants will have the knowledge to easily use these new codes in their coding work. This will help them be accurate, follow the rules, and provide the best care for patients.

Webinar Agenda

  • Introduction to ICD-10-CM Guidelines Updates for 2024
  • Changes to Section A: Conventions
  • Transition to Section B: General Coding Guidelines
  • Journey through Section C: Chapter by Chapter Guidelines
  • In-depth Coding Changes Exploration, Starting from A to Z Codes

Webinar Highlights

  • New guideline information on code selection for:
    • Comas
    • Pre-operative screening for COVID-19
    • Follow Up Care
  • New codes for acute appendicitis
  • New codes for neoplasm of the digestive system
  • New codes for Desmoid tumors and their tendril like tendencies
  • New codes for Sickle Cell Disease
  • New codes for Hypoparathyroidism
  • New codes in Metabolic system including one for Wasting Syndrome

Who Should Attend

Coders, Billers, Medical assistants, Office Managers

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