Liver Disease and Treatment On-Demand

(10 customer reviews)

Individual pricing: $35.00$25.00

This webinar is no longer eligible for CEUs, but the webinar recording will be available until 8.31.22.



The humble liver is the body’s largest gland and has plenty that can go wrong with it, but rarely gets the attention it deserves in coder education. Let’s have a look at the anatomy and pathophysiology of the liver and some of the procedures we might call upon to code in CPT and PCS.


  • Gain greater understanding of the normal functioning of the liver
  • Understand common liver pathophysiology
  • Explore the manifestations of liver disease

Target Audience

  • Facility inpatient coders
  • Facility outpatient coders
  • Professional fee coders
  • Clinical documentation improvement analysts
  • Coding auditors & educators
  • Providers



Ed has been in healthcare his entire career with 15 years as a clinician and 11 years in a variety of HIM coding related roles. After 4 years as a respiratory therapist and 11 years as an emergency medicine Physician Assistant, the fascination with reading, analyzing, and translating medical documentation overcame his desire to perform patient care. For a guy with a habit for reading the Encyclopedia Brittanica, the Merck Manual, and medical records just for fun, HIM became a natural fit.

As Director of PAs he was responsible for validating and improving documentation quality for a 33 physician, 14 PA practice. In this role he became a liaison with HIM and Coding, and cultivated an ability to confidently talk to and work with providers on matters of documentation and coding.

The pathway from production coder to Director of Clinical Integration with Haugen has taken him through nearly all clinical specialties and areas of coding, including inpatient and outpatient coding among both large and small facilities to surgical and medical profee coding.

CE Credits

This webinar is no longer eligible for CEUs, but the webinar recording will be available until 8.31.22.

This webinar 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.

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

  • Individual Purchase: Entitles you to access the live webinar from a single device, plus individual access to the recorded webinar post event.
  • Group Purchase: Entitles you to access the live webinar from a single device, but you may invite all interested parties within your organization to attend the live event with you. For individuals to receive CEU’s from the live event, their name must be submitted on the post-event survey. The recorded event may be shared with others in your organization post event.
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10 reviews for Liver Disease and Treatment On-Demand

  1. Haugen Customer

  2. Haugen Customer

    I liked the information on the specific anatomy as well as the disease processes and procedures

  3. Heather H.

    I am glad you answer questions later when the time run short.

  4. Karen F.

    How many processes the liver undergoes, amazing!

  5. Suzanne B.

    Better understanding of anatomy and lab values.

  6. Danielle T.

    Always informative, useful, well presented topics!

  7. Carolyn E.


  8. Christin D.

    very informative and great presentation

  9. Joyce P.

    Thank you, I enjoy your webinars. They are always very informative and I get a better understanding not just about how to code something but actually what is going on with the body with conditions and why.

  10. Charmon D.

    Well done! Not my area, but made it interesting and was very informational. Liked all the pictures, diagrams, with the information.

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