Overview

This course provides a basic understanding of anatomical structures and the purpose of the respiratory system. It begins with an overview of the respiratory system and respiratory diseases. The course provides an opportunity for the learners to apply ICD-10 codes and includes practice coding sessions using clinical case studies. Topics include obstructive lung disease, asthma, acute respiratory failure, and pneumonia types including ventilator associated pleural effusion.

Objectives

Lesson 1: Anatomy Overview

  • Identify the anatomical structures of the respiratory system
  • Differentiate between the upper and lower respiratory systems
  • Explain the function of the respiratory system

Lesson 2: Highlights of Chapter 10

  • Determine when to code tobacco-related conditions with respiratory conditions
  • Select conditions that are coded in the respiratory chapter in ICD-10-CM

Lesson 3: Diseases of the Upper Respiratory System

  • Coding for sinusitis in ICD-10-CM
  • Interpret diagnostic statements for influenza and apply coding guidelines to assign codes
  • Differentiate between ventilator-associated pneumonia and other types of pneumonia in vented patients

Lesson 4: Other Diseases of the Lower Respiratory System

  • Determine when to code COPD and asthma separately
  • Differentiate between causes of hypoxic and hypercapneic respiratory failure

Target Audience

  • Facility Coders (inpatient/outpatient)
  • Professional Fee Coders
  • Clinical Documentation Improvement Professionals
  • Students

CE Credits

AHIMA This program has been approved for 1 continuing education unit for use in fulfilling the continued education requirements of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Granting prior approval from AHIMA does not constitute endorsement of the program content or its program sponsor.

AAPC This program has the prior approval of the American Academy for Professional Coders (AAPC) for 1 continuing education hour. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by AAPC of the program content or the program sponsor.

Purchasing Details

  • Upon purchase, you will have a 6-month subscription to this course. This will allow you the opportunity to complete and review as often as you like for 6 months.
  • Courses are accessed through www.haugenacademy.com.
  • Visit our FAQ page for technical requirements and additional details.

73 reviews for Diseases of the Respiratory System

  1. Lorna

  2. Haugen Customer

    I really like the pictures of the dogs in the feedback responses.

  3. Monica

  4. Haugen Customer

  5. Haugen Customer

  6. Jenny

  7. Haugen Customer

  8. Rebecca

  9. Haugen Customer

  10. Haugen Customer

  11. Haugen Customer

  12. Haugen Customer

  13. Haugen Customer

  14. Raymond

  15. Peter

  16. Ronni

  17. Haugen Customer

  18. Haugen Customer

  19. Haugen Customer

  20. Haugen Customer

  21. Haugen Customer

  22. Haugen Customer

  23. Mellany

  24. Yolanda

  25. Haugen Customer

  26. Caramie

  27. Haugen Customer

  28. Regina

  29. Denise

  30. Adelle

  31. Molly

  32. Rick

  33. Haugen Customer

  34. Haugen Customer

  35. Carole Hu Ping

  36. Haugen Customer

  37. Haugen Customer

  38. Haugen Customer

  39. Ashley

  40. Haugen Customer

  41. Jasminder

  42. Anita

  43. Heidi

  44. Haugen Customer

  45. Judi

  46. Tasha

  47. Haugen Customer

  48. Kelly

  49. Kelly

  50. Haugen Customer

  51. Haugen Customer

  52. Haugen Customer

  53. Haugen Customer

  54. Haugen Customer

  55. Haugen Customer

  56. Kerrie

  57. Haugen Customer

  58. Brandi

  59. Haugen Customer

  60. Haugen Customer

  61. Tracy

    This was a tough one!

  62. Hemlata

  63. Michelle

  64. MERRIN

  65. Anna

  66. Haugen Customer

  67. Haugen Customer

  68. Christine

  69. Arica

  70. Suzette

  71. Carole B.

    Good content and questions

  72. Laurie E.

    I thought this module was really good. It pointed out a few things I didn’t know.

  73. Denise P.

    It is always good to take refresher courses on diseases we code all the time because that way we don’t forget that the codes and guidelines can change every year.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may also like…

Share This