Free Medical Coding Workshop, Seminar – New Delhi – Oct 27, Nov 24 & Dec 9 2012



Medical Coding: A Brief Synopsis

Communication of the services provided is transmitted from the provider to the third party payer, public or private, via coded information. Using standardized coding systems allows for a stable and efficient payment process.

A Part of healthcare informatics strategy to assign alpha numeric code for a specified kind of procedure/diagnosis/narrative in order to record and retained the data.

It helps in-

a)    Standardization of the recorded data.

b)   Data uses and Retention.

c)    Future use of data.

d)   To record mortality and morbidity statistics.





Key Objectives:

This Workshop assists you:

√ To understand the basics of USA healthcare system.

√ To understand the healthcare reimbursement basics (RCM).

√ To understand the basics of medical coding.

√ The certification details (AAPC/AHIMA).

√ To understand the organizational prospective of medical coding.












Get involved with us: Free Workshop on Oct, Nov & Dec 2012 // Delhi

Date: Oct 27, Nov 24 & Dec 9 2012 at 11:00AM, Delhi

Duration: Part I – 2 Hours, Part II – 1.5 hrs.

Workshop Fee: 0.00 INR (No Cost at all)

Workshop Rational:

Part I – 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

√ USA healthcare basics

√ USA healthcare reimbursement basics (RCM)

√ Certification Details (AAPC/AHIMA)


Part II – 1:30 AM – 3:00 PM

√ Medical Coding

√ CPT, ICD-9-CM, ICD-10-CM coding overview

Snap Shots: USA Healthcare Basics

In USA healthcare system the physician or healthcare service provider does not get paid for his services immediately after they are rendered. Majority of the patients have insurance coverage and details of such coverage are provided to the physician before treatment.

It is the responsibility of the physician to submit claims to the insurance company in order to get paid for his services.

Submitting Claims and getting paid is a lengthy process and involves a lot of rules and regulatory systems and is very complicated.


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