Welcome to the Online Education
To participate follow below steps
Review the Reference to Changes Documents which outlines all the updates made for Eleventh Edition. Please note, this document is meant to be viewed online. Do not attempt to print the document as a whole (964 pages), but rather print individual topics as required. Bookmarks on the left-hand side will facilitate navigation through the document.
Review the tutorials which cover the major change areas for Eleventh Edition. Watch the tutorial covering major updates. The topics are provided in below file formats:
MP4 video files
Downloadable zip/rar files (which contain less MB) which can be viewed as html files (with speech). Once the zip folder has been downloaded and extracted, open the folder Storyline output and then click either on the story.html or story_html5.html file. These files are best viewed in Google Chrome.
The PDF files of the slides can also be downloaded.
Complete the Coding Exercises Workbooks which contains exercises related to the major areas of change for Eleventh Edition. The answers to the exercises are in the back of the workbook
To receive your Participation certificate, complete the Challenge Quiz to demonstrate your participation in the learning process. The Challenge quiz is made up of 5 questions based on the major change areas for Eleventh Edition and requires a 100 % pass mark. (Login into ACE is required). If you are not registered on ACE please do so here
Submission of queries related to the Eleventh Edition updates to ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS have now closed. While individual responses are not provided, these questions are used to inform the answers to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
Click here to access the Reference to Changes Document
Click here to access the Coding Exercises Workbook
Please note the submissions for the Eleventh Edition Education have now closed and are being considered as part of the FAQs to be published in September 2019. For queries and public submissions, please follow the established process outlined on the Submissions and Queries Overview page.
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