ICD-10 And 5010 Mandate – A Technology View

Health care reform and health plan compliance, among many other issues, focus on reducing costs and eliminating complexities through the effective use of technology. By implementing the HIPAA 5010 standards and incorporating the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) mandated by October 2014, costs can be lowered while improving patient privacy and security. Potentially, all health plan and provider departments and their support systems are affected. Learn about the technical requirements of the Affordable Care Act in this easy-to-follow online, mobile-friendly course. Not tied to semester dates, you have 90 calendar days from your registration date to study and take the online exam. By passing the course, you earn one requirement toward the Information Technology Professional (ITP) and Information Technology Fellow (ITF) designations.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Basic understanding of ICD-10 code sets
  • ICD-9 to ICD-10 conversions
  • Coding diagnoses and inpatient hospital procedures

Who Should take this Course:

  • IT professionals seeking more knowledge about health plan and provider systems and operations
  • Health plan and provider compliance professionals
  • Health plan and provider systems and operations professionals
  • Individuals wishing to learn more about the technical requirements of the Affordable Care Act


$195 Members; $255 Non-Members

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Earn a Designation

This course is good towards earning the following professional designations:

Information Technology Professional (ITP)


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