ICD-10 Training Course for Coders

“Batch 1” July 1-5 and
“Batch 2” July 29-August 2, 2019

Course Description:

Through this course, participants learn the steps in using the World Health Organization’s ICD-10 as a coding tool. The course covers 26 modules, including the definition of ICD-10, benefits derived from its usage, history of its development, its elements and structures, the general guidelines for coding, and specific instructions for coding morbidity and mortality data.

Course Objectives
At the end of the course, the participants should be
able to :

  1. state the reason for classifying diseases and operations/procedures;
  2. discuss the ICD-10 structure;
  3. discuss and explain the rules/guidelines on morbidity and mortality coding;
  4. code diseases using the International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision;.
  5. discuss and explain the proper filing-up of the required reporting forms, e.g. medical certificates, death and fetal death certificates, medical charts, etc; and
  6. discuss data translated from Coded Data, e.g. Summary Statistics.