The course describes the skills and knowledge required to undertake coding of moderately complex discharge summaries, medical reports and medical records including the selection of the primary diagnosis and sequencing of other diagnoses for coding using ICD-10-AM, ACHI, and ACS 10th Edition.
Outpatient and Inpatient BasicsCourse Designed For; Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Duration: 160 Hours
AAPC was founded in 1988 as a National Trade Association and is currently the leading credentialing authority and training provider for Health Information Management professionals. Know More
ABOUT THIS COURSE
The objective of the CCP course is to provide and deliver an efficient and sustainable training program that will give medical coders the specific jobs skills and knowledge requirements necessary to be successful in basic medical coding for both inpatient and outpatient settings with the Saudi Arabia healthcare market. Know More
Course Designed For; Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Duration: 80 Hours
Today AAPC has over 200,000 members in 43 countries and is recognised by employers, association groups and governments around the world as the gold standard in medical coding and health information management.Know More
The program has been developed specifically around the Saudi Arabia coding and billing standards as specified by each of the key regulatory bodies including the Ministry of Health (MOH), Saudi Health council (SHC), Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SHCS), Saudi Central Board for Accreditation of Healthcare Institution (CBAHI) and Council of Corporate Health Insurance (CCHI) and SFDA (Saudi food and drug authority). Know More
ABOUT CCDS COURSE
The CDIA CCDS credential demonstrates that the holder has undertaken formal CDS training, time in the role of a CDS, and a comprehensive assessment process. Achieving the full credential recognises that a CDS possesses prerequisite educational requirements as well as proven, hands-on experience performing the functions of a CDS.
The CDIA CDS credential has been designed to meet the needs of the CDI industry in Australia, and is applicable to a global audience, particularly applicants working in New Zealand and the Middle East, specifically Saudi Arabia. Know More
Face to face training for hospitals.
Virtual training environment for hospitals and individuals.
Mixed environment between Face to face and virtual.
The course will be delivered as daily training sessions including PowerPoint presentations and exercises per module.
Trainees will be provided with a workbook as their guide and future reference.
Exercises is to be answered by trainees on their own time and discussed together on class as feedback and Q&A.
During work hours (Suitable for hospitals)
After work hours. (Suitable for individuals)