ICD-10 and DSM-5: Coding, Documentation and
Clinical Diagnostic Criteria Training©
PRESENTED AND PREPARED BY:
Behavioral Health Solutions
©2014 Copyright by Lisette Wright. All rights reserved.
Are You Ready for the ICD-10/DSM-5 Transition?
The ICD-10 and DSM-5 transitions are bringing unprecedented changes to all of us in the mental health industry. The ICD-10 and DSM-5 mandates require clinicians and organizations to understand the processes, federal requirements, and nuances of transitioning to the two coding manuals.
Although the new ICD-10 coding rules become effective 10/1/2015 (or when the ICD-10 becomes effective), the changes are significant and the best approach for agencies or providers is to be sure to get started as soon as possible. This training session is a great way to get you and your staff on the path to readiness!
Curriculum Guide and Desktop Reference Manual
ICD-10 and DSM-5: Coding, Documentation and Clinical Diagnostic Criteria Training© was prepared by Behavioral Health Solutions of Minneapolis, MN beginning in the Fall 2013 and completed Spring 2014. It compares the differences between the ICD-10 CM, the ICD-10 Blue Book and 2014 ICD-10 CM Coding and Recording requirements with the DSM-5, DSM-5 diagnostic criteria, and coding requirements.
The purpose of this course is to help the clinician code and document diagnoses in accordance with CMS, HIPAA, DSM-5 and ICD-10 guidelines. Please note that this course does not take the place of sound clinical judgement nor is it meant to substitute for a certified coder.
The DSM-5 codes and manual are owned by the American Psychiatric Association; the ICD-10 and the Blue Book are published by the World Health Organization, with US oversight by CMS and NCHS. This is a comparative training and the intellectual property of Lisette Wright.
Features of ICD-10 and DSM-5: Coding, Documentation and Clinical Diagnostic Criteria Training©
Provides outcomes data as required by payers
Official coding requirements for the DSM-5
Official coding requirements for the ICD-10 CM
Side by side comparison of DSM-5 and ICD-10 CM
Diagnostic criteria by clinical categories, DSM-5 and ICD-10 CM
Recorded Webinar with Reference Guide
In-depth, Convenient, Cost-effective
In-depth training for these changes can run into thousands of dollars and is cost-prohibitive for many practices. To help more practices prepare, Procentive is offering recordings of one-day training sessions we recently hosted featuring Lisette Wright, a national expert on ICD-10/DSM5 with over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry. In these four convenient video sessions, Lisette provides an engaging and informative overview of the changes and what they will mean for you and your organization.
SESSION 1: LAYING THE GROUNDWORK
Understanding the ICD-10 and DSM-5 Transition
LENGTH 1:27 min. | SLIDES | AUDIO
This module will introduce the listener the context of the ICD-10 and the DSM-5 transition. It will cover topics such as: understanding what the new codes will look like, understanding the two manuals and why we need both, learn what is HIPAA and CMS-compliant coding/documentation, and becoming versed in how the two manuals will interact with each other moving forward.
SESSION 2: LAYING THE GROUNDWORK
DSM-5 Coding and Documentation Guidelines
LENGTH 35 min. | SLIDES | AUDIO
This module is a thorough analysis of what the DSM-5 manual says about coding, documentation, and what to write in the medical record. Knowing the DSM-5 coding and documentation rules delineated in the book will be important to support organizational policies, procedures, and medical record-keeping practices
SESSION 3: LAYING THE GROUNDWORK
ICD-10 Coding and Documentation Guidelines
LENGTH 1:06 min. | SLIDES | AUDIO
This module, based on CMS, HIPAA, and the CDC’s rules about coding and clinical documentation, will discuss in detail what is expected of the healthcare provider for clinical documentation and assignment of diagnoses. The rules discussed in this manual are endorsed by the publishers of the DSM-5 and are critical to know in order to withstand future audits and revenue preservation.
SESSION 4: CLINICAL DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIA
Clinical Diagnostic Criteria and Noted Differences Between the ICD-10 and DSM-5
LENGTH 1:56 min. | LECTURE | WORKBOOK | Q&A
This final segment consists of going through both manuals, side-by-side, and comparing the differences in the diagnostic criteria between them. Unlike the other 3 modules, this module is lecture format in which the listener will take notes of the accompanying book.
Who Will Benefit*
The ICD-10, DSM-5 transition will affect your entire practice so it is important to equip the most important staff who will be helping your agency make the coding transition with training. The types of staff you should consider for this training program include:
Key Billing and Clinical Staff
*This special offer is being made exclusively for Procentive customers. Not a customer yet? Please contact Pat Stream about our EHR and billing solutions.
DEVELOPED & PRESENTED BY
Behavioral Health Solutions
Lisette Wright has over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry. With a background as a clinician, she began working in the Health Information Technology industry in 2010. She has led projects on a national level in the last 4 years, including in California, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, New York, Texas, Florida, and Pennsylvania.
Lisette has provided project management, project lead, and SME services in the following areas: EHR Selections and Complex Implementations, Strategic Planning, ICD-10 Training and Education, Meaningful Use Program technical assistance and initial program set-up, pharmaceutical market research and surveying, coding and compliance programs, IT and revenue cycle management assessments, and technical assistance regarding outcomes and measures for performance.
Lisette has worked extensively with a crosswalk between the DSM-IV-TR-ICD9-ICD10-DSM5 and is very familiar with coding. For information on bringing Lisette to your organization, please contact her at:
As Featured In:
Articles Originally Published in Behavioral Healthcare Magazine
$105 per Person*
Includes Curriculum and Desktop Reference Manual
Each video includes a complete curriculum guide and a handy desktop reference manual developed by Lisette Wright.
- Materials will shipped and access codes e-mailed after receipt of payment.
- Complete order form below with billing information. You will receive an invoice for payment.
- One registration per User. Each User will receive personal log in valid for 90 days.
- Fee is $105 per User for curriculum and video access. Materials and video may not be shared.
- Register yourself (User #1) and additional staff using the form below. Each participant must have a valid e-mail address.
- Each registered participant will receive an e-mail to ‘unlock’ the course’s video content.
- One set of course materials for each participant will be shipped to the address provided.
- Note: If you need to register more than 5 staff, please contact Pat Stream: firstname.lastname@example.org
**PLEASE NOTE** You are not successfully registered for this training until you are redirected to the “Course Registration Confirmation” page. If you are not redirected after submitting, please check to make sure you’ve filled out all of the required fields and submit again. Thank you!