Emergency Department Internship:

Gain medical coding experience in Emergency Department Coding through us and lots of practice. You will learn the following and need your own set of current years books or encoderpro.com or codify from AAPC.com to appropriately code the medical records.

*This is offered to all public with a CPC, or CPC-A Licensure. Please see our HCC Internship if you are a Coding Clarified Course Alumni.

This is Self Paced.

You have one year from the date of signup and if more time is needed you repay again for the course access.

Includes the following:

  • Professionally written resume
  • Instructions to navigate and work in the internship portal

  • References
    • Policy and procedure manual
    • MDM Grid

    • ED audit form

    • ED coding profile
    • Discharge disposition list
  • Training materials to cover the following items as they relate to ED E/M visit documentation:
    • History – video and slide deck
    • Exam – video and slide deck

    • MDM – video and slide deck

    • Split/shared visits and scribes – video and slide deck
    • Residents, medical students and teaching physicians – video and slide deck
    • Procedures, modifiers and NCCI edits – video and slide deck
  • Demo charts – these will have the chart documentation and an audit sheet (if applicable) broken down in great detail for the coders to understand how to abstract an E/M level.
    • 2 charts for the following levels:
    • LWBS/AMA

    • 99281/99024

    • 99282
    • 99283
    • 99284
    • 99285
    • 99291
  • Internship charts – there are 2,000 charts that include the chart documentation and an audit sheet. The charts are broken down in the following manner:
    • AMA, LWBS, 99024 (post op visits) – 100 charts total
    • ED E/M levels 99281 – 99282 – 300 charts

    • ED E/M level 99283 – 400 charts

    • ED E/M level 99284 – 400 charts
    • ED E/M level 99285 – 400 charts
    • Critical Care – 100 charts
    • Procedure only – 300 charts
  • The ED E/M level visits will have both E/M only visits as well as E/M with procedure visits to code.

    The following items need to be abstracted on each chart:

    • Disposition
    • E/M code with any applicable modifier(s)

    • CPT code(s) with any applicable modifier(s)

    • Diagnosis code(s) – up to 12
    • The responsible provider
    • Scribe involvement
    • Resident/medical student involvement
    • Split/shared visit
  • Final assessment 95% Minimum Passing

Emergency Department Coding Internship

Buy Now as this is a early limited time price of $2,000 and will increase when the Internship goes live on June 1, 2022.

ED INTERNSHIP GUARANTEED FINANCING $200.00 DOWN

Denied for loans? Loan with guaranteed approval with a checking or savings account and $200.00 down and $49.00 one time setup fee that will be transferred from your account when the contract has processed. The course is designed to start immediately upon receiving login. Be sure to eSign your loan documents when applying. Once they are signed and contract is accepted, you will receive login within 24 business hours.

162.38/Month for 12 Months

112.21/Month for 18 Months

76.50/Month for 28 Months

59.71/Month for 38 Months

50.00/Month for 48 Months

ED INTERNSHIP GUARANTEED FINANCING $400.00 DOWN

Denied for loans? Loan with guaranteed approval with a checking or savings account and $400.00 down and $49.00 one time setup fee that will be transferred from your account when the contract has processed. The course is designed to start immediately upon receiving login. Be sure to eSign your loan documents when applying. Once they are signed and contract is accepted, you will receive login within 24 business hours.

144.34/Month for 12 Months

99.74/Month for 18 Months

68/Month for 28 Months

53.07/Month for 38 Months

44.45/Month for 48 Months

Emergency Department Coding Internship

To enroll in the internship please pay the $2,000.00 fee.

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