ICD-10 and Pharmacology
Audio Conference Series
PHIMA would like to continue your ICD-10 education with series of audio conferences on pharmacology.
The goal of this series will be to familiarize coders with the classifications of drugs and biological contained in ICD-10-PCS. For example, in ICD-10-PCS matrix of 3EO, there are a number of medications and biological included in the classification. These sessions will address what are the frequent medications that fall into those headings. This series will provide backgrounds on those substances, common usages, and routes of administration.
These audio-conferences will be offered monthly as a Lunch ‘N Learn beginning promptly at 12:15 PM and concluding promptly at 1:15 PM EST.
June 19, 2013
Pharmacology Part 1: Insulin, Infective Envelopes (Antivirals and Antibiotics), Chemotherapeutic Agents
July 17, 2013
Pharmacology II: Anti-Inflammatory Agents, Analgesics, Platelet Inhibitors, Hypnotic/Sedatives
August 21, 2013
Pharmacology Part 3: Nutritional, Electrolyte and Water Substances, Anti-Arrhythmics, Hormones,and Local Anesthetics
CEs: 1 per session * Qualifies for AHIMA ICD-10 CEU credits
You might also be interested in our Anatomy and Physiology Refresher for ICD-10-CM/PCS On Demand Series as well as the Root Operations Series.
Michael Barros, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Temple University School of Pharmacy. Dr. Barros is also a clinical pharmacist with an expertise in heart failure/heart transplant.
Neela Bhajandas, PharmD
Clinical Pharmacist in Pulmonary Critical Care
Donna Leverone, PharmD
Clinical Pharmacist in Ambulatory Care, Dr. Donna Leverone has been a Clinical Assistant Professor at Temple University’s College of Pharmacy since 2011. Her background includes two year academic ambulatory care residency and work as an inpatient pharmacist. Donna speaks fluent Spanish and is interested in International Pharmacy which includes a clinical rotation in Spain; medical mission trips to El Salvadore and Guatemala; and working in an independent community pharmacy which serves the Latino population in Philadelphia. She received her doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of Florida. Donna has completed extensive training in healthy lifestyle habits with The Center for Mind-Body Medicine. She was born and raised in Sarasota, Florida.
|Live and/or On Demand (Recorded)||$50 phone line/per session|
|LIve and/or On Demand (Recorded) Series||$135 Series of 3 audio conferences|
You will have the option to participate in the live session and/or access the recorded session.
Registration includes access to the seminar for as many colleagues as you can fit in a room with a speakerphone.
For live audio conference registrations, a registration is for use for 1 phone line. If you access this audio conference from more than 1 phone line, you will be responsible for an additional registration fee.