Clinical coding is the process of reading and analysing medical notes and records and then translating the findings into alphanumeric codes. This is vital for clinical audits, tracking patient outcomes, and determining the effectiveness of treatments. If you want to enhance your knowledge and skills in pertinent matters and radiate in your job, then the Clinical Coding course is perfect for you.
Throughout this Clinical Coding course, you will receive detailed modules that perfectly define the core idea of clinical coding. Additionally, it will teach you how to use 3M software to assign ICD diagnosis codes and complete daily coding tasks. In addition, it will help you expand your knowledge of prevalent illnesses and ailments.
By taking this course, you will learn about the theoretical concept of clinical coding in detail. So, join this Clinical coding course and furnish your knowledge regarding the matters.
After completing this Clinical Coding course, learners will be able to:
- Learn about the duties, qualifications, and role of a medical coder
- Know all the common medical jargon and terminology
- Recognise the fundamentals of discretion in a medical setting
- Get to know more about various medical conditions and disorders.
- Gain knowledge of how to use 3M software to assign ICD codes and perform daily tasks.
- Learn how to create groups related to inpatient diagnoses (DRGs)
Assessment and Certification
At the end of the course, you will be required to sit for an online multiple-choice test. Your test will be assessed automatically and immediately so that you will instantly know whether you have been successful. After you have successfully passed the final exam, you will be able to order an Accredited Certificate of Achievement at an additional cost of £19 for a PDF copy and £29 for an original print copy sent to you by post or for both £39.
This course will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the subject. On successful completion, you will have the skills, confidence and practical knowledge to fast-track a successful career in relevant sectors. Professions in this field include
- Clinical coding: £22,000 – £50,735 per annum
- Head of Bioinformatics: £35,766 – £52,500 per annum
- Senior Clinical Coder: £25,437 – £44,000 per annum
|Module 01: Introduction to Clinical Coding|
|Introduction to Clinical Coding||00:44:00|
|Module 02: Introduction to Clinical Records Its Confidentiality|
|Introduction to Clinical Records Its Confidentiality||00:51:00|
|Module 03: Clinical Terminology and Jargons|
|Clinical Terminology and Jargons||00:44:00|
|Module 04: Introduction to ICD-10 Coding|
|Introduction to ICD-10 Coding||00:34:00|
|Module 05: General Coding Standards of ICD-10|
|General Coding Standards of ICD-10||00:44:00|
|Module 06: ICD-10 5th Edition Codes (Chapter 1 to 4)|
|ICD-10 5th Edition Codes (Chapter 1 to 4)||00:46:00|
|Module 07: ICD-10 5th Edition Codes (Chapter 5 to 10)|
|ICD-10 5th Edition Codes (Chapter 5 to 10)||01:02:00|
|Module 08: ICD-10 5th Edition Codes (Chapter 11 to 15)|
|ICD-10 5th Edition Codes (Chapter 11 to 15)||01:00:00|
|Module 09: ICD-10 5th Edition Codes (Chapter 16 to 22)|
|ICD-10 5th Edition Codes (Chapter 16 to 22)||01:04:00|
|Module 10: Introduction to OPCS-4|
|Introduction to OPCS-4||00:48:00|
|Module 11: Introduction to SNOMED CT|
|Introduction to SNOMED CT||00:41:00|
|Module 12: Other types of Clinical Coding|
|Other types of Clinical Coding||00:34:00|
|Module 13: Legal and Ethical Aspects of Working in a Clinical Environment|
|Legal and Ethical Aspects of Working in a Clinical Environment||00:35:00|
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