Libman Educations offers various courses specific in hospital coding specialities. Our speciality courses include mastering Auditing, CDI, HIPAA, Inpatient Rehab, IR & Cardiovascular, LTAC, Pediatrics, HCC/Reimbursement, and SNF. View quick list of all courses >
The essential information internal HCC auditors need to ensure their organization receives the reimbursement they are entitled to and that codes and claims are supported by clinical documentation. Learn what to look for and how to communicate your findings. Tips and techniques offered by nationally recognized HCC authority Rose T. Dunn, MBA, RHIA, CPA, FACHE.
Fundamentals of Inpatient Auditing is designed to help you quickly gain the knowledge and skills you need to assume responsibilities as an inpatient auditor and gain hands-on experience in inpatient auditing. Written in collaboration with major medical employers, the program builds on your experience as an inpatient coder to help you advance your HIM career in this growing area. Fundamentals of Inpatient Auditing consists of four sequential courses that may also be purchased separately.
Principles of Inpatient Auditing is the first step to a career in inpatient auditing. Principles of Inpatient Auditing describes the fundamental principals of inpatient auditing, explains the types of audits used in the inpatient setting today, and introduces the data analysis and statistical methods used to report the results of an inpatient audit.
Delivering the best practices in inpatient auditing, Inpatient Auditing and Record Review will help the student understand what makes a successful audit, how to avoid errors, and how to effectively communicate audit results. Course includes audit case scenarios to apply what you have learned.
Inpatient Audit Reporting focuses on the skills necessary to communicate the results of an audit in a meaningful and actionable manner. Includes instruction on effective methods of presentation of findings.
Inpatient Auditing Practicum provides hands-on experience in Inpatient Auditing. Students will audit 50-100 carefully selected cases using a set of criteria to evaluate the accuracy of inpatient coding practice and proper reimbursement.