CIC Certification Course Training Institute
CIC Course Training Details
- Organization :- www.aapc.com
- Type Of Exam :- Open Code Book (ICD-10CM, ICD-10PCS Manuals).
- Total Marks :- 60 multiple choice questions and 10 inpatient cases fill in the blank.
- CIC Exam Fee :- $530 + AAPC Member ship ($160).
- Retake :- One Free Retake.
- Exam Duration :- 5 Hours and 40 minutes to finish the exam.
- Training Duration :- 8 to 10 Weeks.
- Eligibility :- Life Science Graduates.
Certified Inpatient Coder (CIC) Description :
The new inpatient medical coding certification standard, Certified Inpatient Coder(CIC), is the only certification dedicated exclusively to inpatient hospital/facility coding. The CIC certification, validates expert level knowledge and experience in abstracting information from the medical record for ICD-10CM and ICD-10PCS coding, and specialized payment knowledge in MS-DRG and Inpatient Prospective Payment Systems (IPPS). Invest in your future with the CIC certification—certified coders earn 40% more than non-credentialed coders.
CICs Have Demonstrated:
Expertise in medical records review to abstract information required to support accurate inpatient coding.
Expertise in assigning accurate ICD-10-CM medical codes for diagnoses and procedures performed in the inpatient Setting.
Superior knowledge of current rules and regulations, and issues regarding medical coding, compliance, and Reimbursement under MS-DRG and IPPS systems.
Strong ability to integrate medical coding and reimbursement rule changes in a timely manner to include Updating the Charge Description Master(CDM), fee updates, and the Field Locators (FL)on the UB04.
Solid understanding of human anatomy, physiology, and medical terminology required to correctly code facility Services and diagnoses.
Strong Understanding of outpatient reimbursement methodologies(OPPS).
Growing Demand For Medical Coders :
According to the united states Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs for certified medical coders will increase 22 percent through the year 2022. Prepare yourself to meet the industry demand by becoming a Certified Inpatient Coder (CIC). This is your first step to a career in healthcare industry. Increase your chances of being hired in a competitive job market.
Show Your Proficiency :
Through rigorous examination and experience, certified CIC have proven mastery of all code sets (CPT, ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, HCPCS Level II), evaluation and management principles, surgical procedures, and adherence to documentation and coding guidelines. Certified CIC represent excellence in medical coding.
Learn From The Professional Experts :
GenSol goal is to train medical coders to be industry ready. We provide a complete education, preparing you for the CIC examination. Our in-depth CIC examination preparation course is for individuals preparing for a career in medical coding. Students preparing for the CIC examination with our preparation courses are twice as likely to pass.
Medical Coding is for any Medical, Paramedical and life science students - BHMS, BAMS, BSMS, BUMS, BYNS, BDS, BPT, BOT, Pharmacy, Nursing, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Zoology, Nutrition and Dietics, Botony, Chemistry and other degree. Experience in any healthcare sector Clinical Practice, Research, Labs, Hospitals, Insurance Companies, Medical Transcription, Medical Billing are the added advantage to enter Medical Coding industry.
Approved Manuals for Use During CIC Examination :
Your choice of ICD-10-CM.
Your choice of ICD-10-PCS.
Medical Coding CIC Certification Requirements :
Having an associate’s degree.
Pay exam fee at the time of application submission.
Please Maintain current membership with the AAPC.
New members should submit membership payment with examination application.
Renewing members should have a current membership at the time of submission and when exam results are Released.
A CIC should have at least two years medical coding experience (member's with an apprentice designation are not Required to have two years medical coding experience.)
10 multiple choice questions
- Loading... Recognize the limitations of Electronic Health Record (EHR) and how downtime is Handled
- Loading... Identify documentation deficiencies caused by copy/paste and use of templates
- Loading... Understand HIPAA security and privacy
- Loading... Understand the reporting requirements under Minimum Data Set (MDS)
- Loading... Demonstrate proper procedure for addendums and alterations to the medial record
- Loading... Identify components of the medical record
- Loading... Identify the length of time the provider has to document services
- Loading... Understand the requirement for timely documentation
- Loading... Recognize and properly code for procedures performed at the bedside
- Loading... Understand the reporting requirements under UHDDS
- Loading... Understand Joint Commission (JC) requirements for documentation
- Loading... Understand medical terminology and anatomy
- Loading... Understand pathophysiology to capture correct codes and identify Documentation deficiencies
- Loading... Recognize medications and conditions/diagnoses they are used to treat
10 multiple choice questions
- Loading... Identify benefits of Computer Assisted Coding (CAC)
- Loading... Explain what natural language processing is and which departments in the Hospital use it
- Loading... Apply Coding Clinic guidance to inpatient coding
- Loading... Identify correct ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS codes for cases done
- Loading... Identify proper procedure to look up DRG (eg, book, grouper)
- Loading... Understand emerging roles for inpatient coders (DRG validator, auditor)
- Loading... Identify conditions POA and use of indicators
13 multiple choice questions
- Loading... Recognize proper procedure for compliance with the 2 Midnight Rule and Certification requirements
- Loading... Understand different bill types
- Loading... Identify information found in a charge master
- Loading... List examples of auto population of services using a charge master
- Loading... Explain requirements to maintain and monitor the chargemaster
- Loading... Understand the role each department plays in chargemaster maintenance
- Loading... Understand the 72 hour rule (24 hour for other types of inpatient services) and how services occurring prior To admit are reported
- Loading... Identify different types of disposition and the impact on coding
- Loading... Calculate base payments for DRGs
- Loading... Identify elements needed to determine DRG assignment
- Loading... Understand what is supported in the DRG (eg, services performed at another facility)
- Loading... Understand different types of DRGs (eg, APR-DRG)
- Loading... Understand Medicare Code Edits
- Loading... Understand different inpatient types
- Loading... Understand guidelines for selecting the principle diagnosis for different inpatient facilities
- Loading... Explain impact of readmissions in a 30 day period
- Loading... Explain when to rebill inpatient claim as an outpatient claim
- Loading... Identify data submitted on a UB-04
05 multiple choice questions
Identify differences between outpatient and inpatient payment methodologies
- Loading... Explain coding requirements under OPPS: Pass through payments
- Loading... Explain coding requirements under OPPS: APCs and Status Indicators
09 multiple choice questions
- Loading... Review LCD/NCD and apply the policy to inpatient coding
- Loading... Identify services covered by Medicare Parts A, B, C, D
- Loading... Explain proper execution of the ABN and HINN
- Loading... Review private payer policy and apply to inpatient payment
- Loading... Identify precertification requirements
08 multiple choice questions
- Loading... Explain external payer audits process and responsibilities of hospital staff
- Loading... Explain internal audits and how they relate to compliance plans
- Loading... Know how to interact with auditors during an onsite audit
- Loading... Identify audit targets on the OIG work plan
- Loading... Explain the CERT audit process and requirements for response to a request for records
- Loading... Understand the PEPPER report and how it is utilized
- Loading... Identify examples of fraud and abuse
- Loading... Explain the MAC audit process
- Loading... Identify services approved for audit by the RAC auditors
- Loading... Explain the Medicare appeal process and discuss requirements at each level
- Loading... Explain the RAC audit process and requirements for response to a request for records
10 inpatient cases fill in the blank
- Loading... Code the ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS codes for 10 inpatient cases
GenSol CIC Training Course Outline :-
|CIC Certification Course Topics||Duration||Study Material||Mock Test Que|
|01. Introduction Of CIC||00:30min||Yes||30 Que|
|02. Medical Terminology||03:00Hrs||Yes||1000 Que|
|03. Digestive System||04:00Hrs||Yes||100 Que|
|04. Respiratory System||04:00Hrs||Yes||100 Que|
|05. Blood System||04:00Hrs||Yes||100 Que|
|06. Urinary System||04:00Hrs||Yes||100 Que|
|07. Endocrine System||04:00Hrs||Yes||100 Que|
|08. Lymphatic and Immune Systems||04:00Hrs||Yes||100 Que|
|09. Skin||04:00Hrs||Yes||100 Que|
|10. Sense Organs : The Eye and the Ear||04:00Hrs||Yes||100 Que|
|11. Reproductive System||03:00Hrs||Yes||100 Que|
|12. Musculoskeletal System||04:00Hrs||Yes||150 Que|
|13. Nervous System||04:00Hrs||Yes||150 Que|
|14. Cardiovascular System||04:00Hrs||Yes||150 Que|
|15. Introduction Of ICD-10-CM||01:00Hrs||Yes||100 Qes|
|16. Conventions for the ICD-10-CM||02:00Hrs||Yes||20 Que|
|17. General Coding Guidelines||02:00Hrs||Yes||20 Que|
|18. Introduction Of Chapter-Specific Coding Guidelines||01:00Hrs||Yes||20 Qes|
|19. ICD-10-CM Chapter 1||03:00Hrs||Yes||40 Que|
|20. ICD-10-CM Chapter 2||03:00Hrs||Yes||40 Que|
|21. ICD-10-CM Chapter 3||01:00Hrs||Yes||20 Que|
|22. ICD-10-CM Chapter 4||04:00Hrs||Yes||50 Que|
|23. ICD-10-CM Chapter 5||02:00Hrs||Yes||30 Que|
|24. ICD-10-CM Chapter 6||02:00Hrs||Yes||30 Que|
|25. ICD-10-CM Chapter 8||01:00Hrs||Yes||30 Que|
|26. ICD-10-CM Chapter 9||04:00Hrs||Yes||60 Que|
|27. ICD-10-CM Chapter 10||03:00Hrs||Yes||50 Que|
|28. ICD-10-CM Chapter 11||02:00Hrs||Yes||30 Que|
|29. ICD-10-CM Chapter 12||02:00Hrs||Yes||30 Que|
|30. ICD-10-CM Chapter 13||03:00Hrs||Yes||40 Que|
|31. ICD-10-CM Chapter 14||03:00Hrs||Yes||40 Que|
|32. ICD-10-CM Chapter 15||04:00Hrs||Yes||60 Que|
|33. ICD-10-CM Chapter 16||03:00Hrs||Yes||30 Que|
|34. ICD-10-CM Chapter 17||01:00Hrs||Yes||20 Que|
|35. ICD-10-CM Chapter 18||03:00Hrs||Yes||40 Que|
|36. ICD-10-CM Chapter 19||04:00Hrs||Yes||60 Que|
|37. ICD-10-CM Chapter 20||04:00Hrs||Yes||40 Que|
|38. ICD-10-CM Chapter 21||03:00Hrs||Yes||40 Que|
|39. Introduction Of ICD-10PCS||00:30mins||Yes||20 Que|
|40. ICD-10PCS conventions||01:00Hrs||Yes||20 Que|
|41. Medical and Surgical Section Guidelines||04:00Hrs||Yes||100 Que|
|42. Obstetrics section Guidelines||02:00Hrs||Yes||30 Que|
|43. Medical Record and Healthcare Documentation Guidelines||04:00Hrs||Yes||30 Que|
|44. Inpatient Coding||04:00Hrs||Yes||30 Que|
|45. Inpatient Payment Methodologies||04:00Hrs||Yes||40 Que|
|46. Outpatient Payment Methodology||3:00Hrs||Yes||30 Que|
|47. Regulatory and Payer Requirements||02:00Hrs||Yes||30 Que|
|48. Compliance||02:30min||Yes||10 Que|
|49. Coding Cases||04:00Hrs||Yes||100 Cases|
|50. CIC Examination Tips||02:00Hrs||Yes||--|