The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced the launch of its Hospital Sepsis Program Core Elements initiative on August 24. The program offers resources for hospitals to improve identification and management of sepsis.
The heart is a restless organ whose constant rhythm is integral to normal bodily functions. Unfortunately, there are many maladies that can occur, as Linda Martien, CPC, CPC-I, COC, CPMA, CRC, explains through her review of normal cardiac pathophysiology and how to report common rhythm abnormalities in ICD-10-CM.
Diabetes mellitus is a common condition that occurs when a patient’s blood sugar (blood glucose) is consistently too high. Sarah Gould, CPC , delves into the disorder and covers how to report some of its many complications in ICD-10-CM. Note : To access this free article, make sure you first register here if you do not have a paid subscription.