IRF: It’s All About the Deficits: IGC Coding Tips
"Which IGC should I use?” is a common question heard on the UDSMR clinical support help desk. Often our response is, “What are the patient’s deficits?”. A clinical specialist at UDSMR will use some common examples to describe which impairment group to select based on deficits, when the diagnosis alone is not the best predictor of a patient’s IGC.
At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:
- Identify deficits typically associated with certain IGCs
- Recognize when there may not be enough information to determine the best IGC for a case
To receive continuing education credit for this recorded training, each participant must attend the module in its entirety and complete a course evaluation. Partial credit will not be awarded. This recorded training will award the following CEUs upon completion:
- 1.50 Contact Hours for Nurses
- 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.
- .015 AOTA CEUs
- UDSMR (not part of Netsmart) is an AOTA Approved Provider of continuing education. Assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.
*Purchase term consists of 1 year (52 weeks) of access to the online modules. Access is limited to the purchaser only. Modules may not be recorded, reproduced, or redistributed without the express consent of McBee Associates.
*For access to this course for more than one user, bulk pricing and licensing options are available. Contact McBee today to customize your education needs. IRFeducation@mcbeeassociates.com
No refunds. Due to the sensitive nature of the course work, and the intangible nature of the product, McBee is not able to offer refunds on any course materials.