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Still Wounded by Wound Care? ICD-10-CM and CPT Coding Part 1 On-Demand

(216 customer reviews)

Individual pricing: $35.00


This webinar was released on July 14, 2021.

CEUs will expire on July 31, 2022. The webinar recording will be available until July 31, 2023.



Are you still feeling wounded by wound care? This updated webinar series will address coding for wound care procedures from soup (ICD-10-CM medical necessity) to nuts (CPT coding for services). This comprehensive series was designed for wound care clinic coders to give them more confidence in their coding and ensure proper documentation for medical necessity and reimbursement.


  • Review 7th characters for traumatic wound care
  • Review ICD-10-CM guidelines for various types of ulcers, including diabetic, pressure, and venous stasis
  • Differentiate between Integumentary System and Medicine section CPT codes for debridement

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Target Audience

  • Facility coders
  • Professional fee coders
  • Clinical documentation improvement analysts
  • Compliance & revenue integrity professionals
  • Coding auditors & educators
  • Clinic managers
  • Coding managers
  • Providers


Terri Reid, CCS, CCS-P, CDIP, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer

Terri comes to Haugen Group with 20+ years of health information management experience in coding, auditing, and education. She began her career coding emergency room records and wound care records where she helped develop coding and E/M protocols and met with the providers to help them improve their documentation. Terri transitioned to an auditing role when she realized how much she enjoyed sharing her coding knowledge and experiences with other coders to help improve their skills and confidence.

Terri brings her expertise in coding and auditing to the Haugen Consulting Group, having worked in previous roles leading and performing inpatient and outpatient coding audits. She is passionate about learning new medical technology and how the disease process affects illnesses.

CE Credits

The CEUs will expire on 7.31.22, but the webinar recording will be available until 7.31.23.

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 individual access to the on-demand webinar.
  • Group Purchase: The on-demand webinar may be shared with others within your healthcare facility. You will receive an email from Haugen Webinars with a unique link to share with your team.
  • If you require an invoice to proceed with this registration, contact us at 720-502-7690.
  • Visit our FAQ page for technical requirements and instructions to obtain CEUs.
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216 reviews for Still Wounded by Wound Care? ICD-10-CM and CPT Coding Part 1 On-Demand

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    Very helpful education

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    it helped clarify some things about diagnosis coding that were previously unclear.

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  28. Mary Anne

    specific codes for each pressure and chronic ulcer

  29. Toni

    Better understanding of key terms.

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  45. Lisa

    This info was clear and will help me with my ER coding

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    Easy to follow.

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    I liked the quick tips that were given.

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    I can code the level using my understanding of the depth

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  82. Debra

    Very informative webinar

  83. Jean

    Thank you for making these available on demand. It saves me from having to make up time for work. Great info.

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    Enjoy the webinars–great source of education

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  93. Melissa

    Terri is a very great speaker

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  95. Haugen Customer

    Great session!

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  99. crystal

    I appreciate the clarification of key words which indicate the level of depth and the specific information about only coding what was specifically debrided and not to the depth of the wound

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    I learned that in an outpatient setting, we can code to the depth of the ulcer after physician documents the depth they debrided to. A lot of my documentation does not note the depth of an ulcer prior to debridement.

  117. Melissa

    Keep the information coming…

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    great presentation

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    Great information, thank you!

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    Was Great

  136. Haugen Customer

    Very informative on different levels of ulcers (specific definitions)

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    i learned a lot about the debridement coding

  141. jeri

    continue presenting great information for coding! Excellent job Terri Reid!!

  142. Mary Sue

    Very good presentation

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    I learned that you are allowed to get the staging of an ulcer from Nursing Notes and the “Subcutaneous Exposed” can be coded to a severity of “fat layer”

  146. Haugen Customer

    I appreciate you commenting on the depth and the fact that if you code to muscle documentation should say into -not just to.

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    This was very informative and relative to my current coding position

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    Keep up the good work. I love the way Terri presents! She kept it very engaging by sharing true to life coding scenarios and this is very helpful!

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  170. Janice

    Great presentation! Pace was appropriate and speaker very informative!

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    id love to see/hear a webinar that goes into depth of wounds/ulcers with infections.

  174. Elizabeth

    I will take away that pressure ulcers are not automatically linked to diabetes.

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  176. Kelly

    I enjoyed it. But maybe would like to see a part three on those secondary conditions according to ulcers to have a deeper dive. I want to find out how to get the webinar that Terri mentioned her colleague did on the secondary conditions.

  177. mary

    Thank you Terri, great job! Love your spirit and smile!

  178. Daniel

    It was a great presentation. The speaker was easy to listen to and she threw in personal experiences which helped keep your attention.

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    I like the coding scenarios.

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    Good webinar

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    Great information!

  208. Jeannette

    There were several take aways for me as I have not coded wound care in quite sometime. It was a great refresher and I look forward to more tomorrow.

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    Really good pace and explanation. Another great webinar.

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    Very well presented

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