May 11 – 12 | 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CST | 13 CEUs

Live in Denton, TX or Online via Live Stream

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Join our McBee experts, Lisa Selman-Holman, Sherri Parson and Michelle Horner, for in-depth training on ICD-10 coding guidance related to:

  • Infections including current COVID coding
  • Endocrine – Diabetes “with”
  • Wounds – Ulcers and more
  • Mental/behavioral
  • Circulatory
  • Respiratory
  • Neurological
  • Neoplasms
  • Injuries and Complications
  • Z – codes and More!

We will start with a PDGM overview including clinical groupings and comorbid adjustments. We will dive into some challenging scenarios and examples typically encountered by home health coders. Learn how to demonstrate your proficiency in complex scenarios and tackle coding with confidence!

Note - This is an intermediate level ICD-10 coding class. Attendees need to have a basic understanding of ICD-10 Coding conventions and guidelines, and the regulatory background that drives diagnosis selection for home health.

**A current ICD-10 Coding Manual is required for this training. If you do not have a current 2024 ICD-10 Coding Manual, click the link to purchase at a discounted rate. (Purchase two weeks prior to the class to ensure you receive it on time)


  • Explain PDGM and the purpose of the clinical grouping and comorbid adjustments
  • State one chapter-specific guideline for coding infections, neoplasms, diabetes, circulatory, respiratory conditions, injuries and complications
  • Identify when to appropriately use Z-codes
  • Explain coding of sample complex case scenarios

Continuing Education

This live training will award the following CEUs upon completion.

  • 13.0 Contact Hours for Nurses & Administrators
  • Meets criteria for 13.0 HCS-D Hours

McBee, a division of Netsmart Technologies, is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.