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Author: Arthur Gordon
ISBN: 1570663882
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Pages 1157 pages
Publisher PMIC; Indexed edition (September 15, 2005)
Language English
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eBook DRG PLUS! 2006 (Allied Health, Medical Records, Coding & Reimbursement) download

by Arthur Gordon


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ICD-9-CM 2006 Codes on CD-ROM (Allied Health, Medical Records, Coding & Reimbursement). Allied Health, Medical Records, Coding & Reimbursement. Practice Management Information Corporation.

PDF Electronic Health Records are electronic versions of patients' . Medical records have been around since the advent of healthcare. In the very early days, the medical.

Keywords: Electronic; Health Records; Bar Coding; Speech Recognition; Patient Confidentiality. record was used to record the disease and the probable cause of that disease (National Institutes of Health, 2006).

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Diagnosis-related group (DRG) is a system to classify hospital cases into one of originally 467 groups, with the last group (coded as 470 through v24, 999 thereafter) being "Ungroupable". This system of classification was developed as a collaborative project by Robert B Fetter, PhD, of the Yale School of Management, and John D. Thompson, MPH, of the Yale School of Public Health. The system is also referred to as "the DRGs", and its intent was to identify the "products" that a hospital provides

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DRG PLUS! 2006 is designed as the ultimate DRG selection tool for hospital and payer coding staff. Featuring a comprehensive introduction and tutorial on DRG selection, this comprehensive reference includes all official DRG codes with assigned ICD-9-CM codes based upon CMS Grouper 23.0 effective October 1, 2005. DRG PLUS! 2006 is arranged by Major Diagnostic Category (MDC) code. Each Major Diagnostic Category includes: --A color-coded tree diagram illustrating the DRG structure for the Major Diagnostic Category. --A listing of all DRG codes assigned to the Major Diagnostic Category along with the Geometric Mean Length of Stay (GMLOS), Arithmetic Mean Length of Stay (AMLOS) and Relative Weight (RW) for each DRG. --A listing of all ICD-9-CM procedure and diagnoses codes with full descriptions assigned to each DRG within the Major Diagnostic Category. Color-coding and symbols are used extensively to alert the user to important Medicare edits. A detailed description of patient attributes which define each DRG in the Major Diagnostic Category. Procedure codes are categorized as operating room procedures or non-operating room procedures. Diagnosis codes are categorized as principal diagnosis, principal or secondary diagnosis, secondary diagnosis, or only secondary diagnosis. DRG PLUS! 2006 features the extensive use of symbols and color coding to help you identify Medicare edits such as: --Manifestations not allowed as principal diagnosis --Non-specific principal diagnosis --Non-specific operating room procedures INDEX AND APPENDICES DRG PLUS! 2006 includes a comprehensive color-coded indexes of ICD-9-CM to MDC/DRG and DRG/MDC to ICD-9-CM codes to help you find and select the correct DRG quickly and easily. An appendix provides supplemental information to clarify DRG coding issues and improve the DRG selection process. Appendices include: Index of ICD-9-CM code to MDC/DRG Index of DRG/MDC to ICD-9-CM codes Diagnoses Defined as Complications or Comorbities (CC)