Complete the Coding Skills Assessment Worksheet, health and medicine homework help

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Complete the Coding Skills Assessment, complete the following steps.

  • Complete the Coding Skills Assessment Worksheet.
  • Use the ICD-10-CM 2017 Codebook to assign codes to each of the given scenarios.
  • Sequence codes according to the UHDDS definition of principal diagnosis.
  • Add additional diagnoses as appropriate.

Be sure to proofread your answer sheet before submitting, you do not want to lose points for typographical errors

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Diagnosis Coding Skills Assessment Module 01 ASSIGN ICD-10 diagnosis codes to the following scenarios: 1. Abnormal liver function study. Click here to enter text. 2. Positive TB (tuberculin) skin test. Click here to enter text. 3. Generalized abdominal pain. Click here to enter text. 4. Patient on long-term anticoagulant therapy. Click here to enter text. 5. Status post aortocoronary bypass graft. Click here to enter text. 6. Examination following treatment of a fracture. Click here to enter text. 7. Admission for chemotherapy. Click here to enter text. 8. Routine postpartum follow up visit. Click here to enter text. 9. Preoperative cardiovascular exam. Click here to enter text. 10. Patient was admitted with a fever and headache. Meningitis was tested for but eventually ruled out during the admission. Click here to enter text. 11. Patient’s lab results showed an abnormal prothrombin time; cause undetermined. Click here to enter text. 12. A 56 year old male patient presented to the Emergency Department with dizziness and facial weakness. Patient was worked up for a possible stroke that was ruled out. Click here to enter text. 13. Patient presents with dysuria; cause undetermined. Click here to enter text. 14. A 25 year old female was seen for enlarged lymph nodes. Cause unknown, further testing is planned. Click here to enter text. 15. Elevated glucose tolerance test; no definitive diagnosis. Click here to enter text. 16. Patient is admitted for severe vertigo, headache and nausea without vomiting. During the admission, symptoms resolved. Click here to enter text. 17. Syncope, cause undetermined. Click here to enter text. 18. Chronic epistaxis. Click here to enter text. 19. Patient is seen for chronic fatigue syndrome. Click here to enter text. 20. Left lower quadrant pain, no cause determined. Click here to enter text. 21. Patient with an abnormal chest x-ray will be scheduled for a chest CT scan. Click here to enter text. 22. Patient is seen for a follow up examination after treatment for malignant neoplasm of the ovary. There is no evidence of recurrence. Click here to enter text. 23. General physical exam; adult with no abnormalities found. Click here to enter text. 24. Patient is interested in knowing their blood type. Code a lab encounter for blood typing. Click here to enter text. 25. A female patient presents for a routine mammogram. Click here to enter text. 26. Assign the code for dependence on a ventilator. Click here to enter text. 27. Office visit for a gastrostomy tube irrigation. Click here to enter text. 28. A cardiac patient with current pacemaker is seen for routine adjustment of the pacemaker pulse generator. Click here to enter text. 29. Office visit for removal of sutures placed in the emergency room. Click here to enter text. 30. An asymptomatic patient with a family history of polycystic kidney disease. Click here to enter text. 31. Patient has a history of urinary tract infections; not currently symptomatic. Click here to enter text. 32. During a home renovation, patient was exposed to asbestos. No current signs or symptoms of illness. Click here to enter text. 33. During a routine office visit, an elderly patient was received a flu vaccine. Click here to enter text. 34. Patient is currently status post right total hip replacement 1 year ago; doing well, no complaints. Click here to enter text. 35. Patient is seen for a routine colon cancer screening; colonoscopy (do not code the procedure). Click here to enter text. 36. Patient admitted for end of life hospice care. Click here to enter text. ...
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Megan20
School: Purdue University

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Diagnosis Coding Skills Assessment
Module 01
ASSIGN ICD-10 diagnosis codes to the following scenarios:
1.

Abnormal liver function study.
R94.5

2. Positive TB (tuberculin) skin test.
R76.11: This is a nonspecific reaction to the tuberculin skin test which is without active
tuberculosis

3. Generalized abdominal pain.
R10.84

4. Patient on long-term anticoagulant therapy.
Z79.01, Z79.0

5. Status post aortocoronary bypass graft.
Z95.1

6. Examination following treatment of a fracture.
Z09

7. Admission for chemotherapy.
Z51.11

8. Routine postpartum follow up visit.
Z39.2

9. Preoperative ca...

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