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Two Coding Industry Leaders
COMBINE TO BRING YOU COMPREHENSIVE ICD-10 TRAINING

Ingenix and the AAPC have teamed up to bring you the most comprehensive ICD-10
implentation training plan available. This curriculum, developed by a team of experts led by
nationally renowned ICD-10 authority Deborah Grider, CPC, CPC-I, CPC-H, CPC-P, will ensure
your organization is fully prepared for the Oct. 1, 2013 implementation date. With several
different avenues of delivery available to suit your needs, this training will give you all the
tools you'll need for a successful and stress-free implementation.


This training will provide you with:
•   The Right Approach – expert trainers will provide
    general and specific training on-site, in public
    bootcamps, online and in national and regional
    conferences
•   The Right Curriculum
    -   Specific training in proper code structure with
        crosswalking and mapping from ICD-9 codes to
        ICD-10 codes
    -   Cross-functional team development, internal
        system design, business processes and
        compliance
•   The Right Timing – a schedule and timeframe
    that enables implementation with minimum
    disruption to clinical practice
•   The Right Cost – all the training your facility needs
    at a cost friendly to your budget




        VIew ICD-10 now with the AAPC’s FREE Code Translator Tool. This easy-to-use code conversion
                    tool allows you to convert ICD-9 codes to ICD-10 codes or vice versa.
                                        www.aapc.com/icd-10/codes




www.aapc.com/icd-10 | 1-800-626-CODE
Curriculum
Initial training will begin in January 2010 with a comprehensive curriculum broken
into simple, easy-to-understand tasks and processes. Our ICD-10 experts will teach the
implementation process step-by-step to ensure your organization can move forward with
confidence into your implementation. You'll receive a robust, executable plan in a setting
most ideal for you. Don't risk your revenue — the time to begin is now.


Core Implementation Training
The core curriculum is not an academic exercise. It
provides guidance and “to do” steps beginning with
organizing the implementation effort, developing cross-
functional teams, budgeting and policy and process
                                                                                  ICD-10 Code Set
changes and finishing with compliance and code-set
                                                                               Compliance
training. Each module comes with hands-on exercises
                                                                            Outcomes Measurement
using the ICD-10-CM code sets. The curriculum will also
                                                                         Policy Development
include an introduction to ICD-10-PCS beneficial for
                                                                      Business Processes
the facility coder. This will enable any organization to            Vendors
systematically and cleanly make the switch to ICD-10.             Education and Training Plan
                                                                 Internal System Design
Upon completion, you’ll have all the knowledge and
                                                              Budget Development
resources necessary to completely and effectively
                                                             Cross-Functional Teams
transition your facilty to ICD-10.
                                                            Impact Analysis
                                                           Communication Plan
                                                           Implementation Outline




Comprehensive

        Expert Presenters

                 Three Ways to Get Trained



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Core Training Options
COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING DONE YOUR WAY


  On-Site Customized Training
      Geared toward larger practices, clinics and health plans, this three-day training is delivered at your facility,
      allowing you to get the personal focus your facility deserves. It begins with an audit of your records to
      determine specific needs. Templates and tools will be provided on a CD along with the training manual and
      ICD-10 code books. You can schedule your training at a time that is convenient for you and include as many
      people as you wish. More than just code-set training, this comprehensive program will address everything
      you need to know for implementation and is crucial for everyone involved in reimbursement, from
      physicians and office managers to coders and billing specialists.

      PRICE: CALL FOR QUOTE                                                     AVAILABLE SPRING 2010 | 21 CEUs




  Individual Bootcamp Training
      Individual bootcamp trainings are for anyone and everyone involved in ICD-10 implementation. The two-day
      events are perfect for smaller facilities and individuals who need implementation guidance and prefer to be
      taught in person. The bootcamps will be held in more than 40 cities and conducted by expert ICD-10 trainers
      hand-selected to offer the best training available. All aspects of ICD-10 implementation will be covered.
      Templates and handouts will be provided along with the training manual and ICD-10 code books.

      PRICE: $1295 ($1095 FOR AAPC MEMBERS)                                     AVAILABLE SPRING 2010 | 16 CEUs
      AAPC local chapters receive a 10% discount




  Distance Learning Modules
      Distance Learning (eLearning) training will be available for those who prefer to learn on their own time and
      at their own pace. Using the same content as the bootcamps, these modules will cover all aspects of ICD-10
      implementation organized in a logical, chronological progression. The course has 17 one-hour modules
      presented in a webinar format that include professional audio with sychronized presentation slides. The full
      manual and ICD-10 code book are included.

      PRICE: $1495 ($1295 FOR AAPC MEMBERS)                                     AVAILABLE SPRING 2010 | 17 CEUs




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Supplemental Training Options
SIMPLE WAYS TO GET JUST THE INFORMATION YOU NEED
  For Physicians/Administrators: 15-Minute Webinars
     A series of 15 webinars specifically geared for the physician or non-physician practitioner. These modules
     will be approximately fifteen (15) minutes in length and will cover issues applicable to the practitioner. These
     brief webinars are for doctors and practice administrators who may not need to be deep in codes but need
     to be prepared and have responsibility for implementation.
     PRICE: $295                                                            AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 2010 | 4 CEUs


  For Coders: Distance Learning ICD-10-CM Code-Set Training/Webinars
     Distance Learning Training
     Designed to specifically teach the ICD-10-CM code set, including guidelines and hands-on coding scenarios.
     Specialty-specific distance learning code-set training will be avilable in the fall of 2011.
                                                                                AVAILABLE SPRING 2011 | 3 CEUs
     Webinars
     Monthly hour-long webinars on various topics relating to ICD-10 help coders on the path to implementation.
     These webinars will offer relevant information and action tips for the most pressing ICD-10 issues.
                                                                                 AVAILABLE SPRING 2011 | 1 CEU


  For Everyone: Workshops/Conferences
     Workshops
     Half-day workshops will be available in 2011 and 2012 covering specific areas of implementation. The
     workshops will help you progress through implementation benchmarks and become knowledgeable about
     the new CM codes and structure. They will be held in over 50 cities throughout the country and will be given
     by ICD-10 experts.
                                                                                                   AVAILABLE 2011
     National Conferences
     Beginning with the 2010 Nashville National Conference, the AAPC will offer national conference education
     sessions in the four years leading up to implementation, with the number of sessions increasing each year.
     These sessions will address the most up-to-date information related to ICD-10 and will help you progress
     through the steps to implementation. Go to www.aapc.com/conferences to learn more.
                                                                                                ANNUALLY 2010-13
     Regional Conferences
     In 2013, the AAPC will host eight Regional Conferences throughout the country to help make sure you are on
     track for the Oct. 1 implementation date. General, Health Plan and Specialty ICD-10 tracks will be available.
                                                                                                   AVAILABLE 2013




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Providers
KNOW YOUR GOAL


ICD-10 Implementation Benchmarks
SHOULD BE COMPLETED BY:                             AREA OF DEVELOPMENT
February 2010                                       Organizing the Implementation Effort
March 2010                                          Develop a Communication Plan
May 2010                                            Impact Analysis
                                                    Organize Cross-Functional Efforts (for medium to
August 2010
                                                    large practices)
August 2010                                         Budget
                                                    System Design/Development (for medium to
Begin By: August 2010
                                                    large practices)
September 2010                                      Development of Education and Training Plan
December 2010                                       Contact System Vendors
September 2011                                      Implementation Planning
August 2012                                         Business Process Analysis
September 2012                                      Phase I Education and Training
Begin By: October 2012                              Phase II Education and Training
July 2013                                           Policy Change Development
September 2013                                      Outcomes Measurement
May 2013                                            Deployment of Code by Vendors to Customers
Begin By: October 1, 2013                           Implementation Compliance



ICD-10 Implementation Tracker
This online application is used to track and graphically measure the ICD-10 implementation progress of an
individual or organization. The tool lists individual implementation tasks and charts their completion against
a recommended completion timeline/schedule to ensure minimal disruption to an organization. All training
includes access to this valuable tool. See at www.aapc.com/icd-10/tracker.




www.aapc.com/icd-10 | 1-800-626-CODE
Health Plans
KNOW YOUR GOAL


ICD-10 Implementation Benchmarks
SHOULD BE COMPLETED BY:                  AREA OF DEVELOPMENT
February 2010                            ICD-10 Awareness
March 2010                               Organizing the Implementation Effort
April 2010                               Impact Assessment
July 2010                                Budget
November 2010                            Development of Education Plan
November 2010                            Business Area Strategy Formulation
December 2010                            Application Systems Strategies
December 2010                            Vendor Strategies
December 2011                            System Design and Development
Begin By: October 2012                   Phase II ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Training
October 2012                             Internal Testing
May 2013                                 Deployment of Code
Begin By: October 1, 2013                Monitoring and Support




                              Learn More
                            Learn more at www.aapc.com/icd-10
                                       or www.shopingenix.com




                                                   www.shopingenix.com | 1-800-464-3649, option 1
Ingenix
2525 Lake Park Boulevard
Salt Lake City, UT 84120

Email: info@ingenix.com
Phone: 800-464-3649, option 1
Fax: 952-833-7079
www.shopingenix.com




The American Academy of Professional Coders
2480 South 3850 West, Suite B
Salt Lake City, UT 84120

Email: info@aapc.com
Phone: 800-626-2633
Fax: 801-236-2258
www.aapc.com

								
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