A healthcare system is a complex and dynamic network of engaged stakeholders that actively work toward the improvement of patient outcomes. In the value chain of providing healthcare services, correct and reliable data has become an essential building block for the provision of effective and cost-effective healthcare services. Both healthcare professionals as well as practice managers and administrators will benefit from the correct and compliant application of an international coding system (ICD) developed by WHO to provide a platform for healthcare planning, provisioning, and the improvement of patient care and treatment.
This concise yet sufficiently detailed eLearning course on ICD-10 coding will enable participants to apply their knowledge in all healthcare encounters and thus streamline medical aid, insurance, and death certification processes simultaneously providing the necessary data required for effective healthcare planning for healthcare managers and administrators.
This is a customised short eLearning course designed to cover all important aspects of the ICD health coding system.
Each individual module should take at most 1-2 hours to complete. This excludes additional reading activities.
There are six modules included in this course:
Multiple choice questionnaires after each module for which a 70% pass mark is required overall.
On successful completion of the MCQ's, a pass mark of 70% is required for a certificate of completion.
Accredited with the Health Professions Council Medical and Dental Board for 13 Clinical CEUs, Level 2.
R1000 (Inclusive of all VAT and taxes where applicable).
FPD School of Health Sciences
Tel: +27 87 821 1109