AHIMA’s updated ICD-10-PCS Flash Cards are brought to life on AHIMA’s Instagram page in short videos and photos. From swimming with sharks to strategic fragmentation, this post highlights a few of these posts. For more, visit: www.instagram.com/ahimaresources
We’ve recently released the second edition of our #ICD10PCS Flash Cards (link in our bio). This month, the Journal staff is imagining scenarios that could lead to these procedures. We sincerely hope, if you’re keeping your money in an alligator, that it’s already been made into a wallet. Otherwise you may risk injuries that necessitate Detachment (6) — cutting off all or a portion of the upper or lower extremities.
Public service announcement: Shark Week starts in one month, on July 23! We’re pretty excited and we’ve heard @m_phelps00 will race a shark. Uh, that’s gonna be fine, right? No need for the #ICD10PCS code for Repair (Q) — Restoring, to the extent possible, a body part to its normal anatomic structure and function. No need. Right? Gulp. 😳Good luck, Mike!!!