CODING GUIDELINES AND BEST PRACTICES FOR INPATIENT REHABILITATION FACILITIES Lisa Bazemore, MBA, MS, CCC-SLP. Objectives. Identify common problems encountered with coding Share best coding practices Discuss implementation of a verification system. Correct Coding.
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CODING GUIDELINES AND BEST PRACTICES FOR INPATIENT REHABILITATION FACILITIESLisa Bazemore, MBA, MS, CCC-SLP
Accurately coding documented diagnoses allows for appropriate reimbursement and permits us to capture all possible resources for our patients’ care.
From previous slide:
Key Points to Remember
Specific Impairment Groups
- 787.2 - Dysphagia
and “other orthopedic” conditions
Coding Best Practices
ICD-9-CM Coding Guidelines:
Variances Between the UB-92 and the IRF-PAI Forms
Other diagnoses having effect on LOS or outcome