I hope you are ready to party in this week’s ICD-10 Code Challenge. Mardi Gras festivities are kicking off this weekend and Suban has picked out his favorite costume and headed down to join the crowds on Bourbon Street. He may have let all the action (and the king cake) get the best of him. Let’s just say he looks a little…different? Test your ICD-10 skills down in “The Big Easy” in this week’s challenge. *Last week’s answer: Struck by football, initial encounter
Suban is kicking off the eighth installment of our ICD-10 Code Challenge in pure Super Bowl fashion. He’s taken his “talents” to the gridiron to tackle one of our toughest ICD-10 codes yet. See if you can put together a winning drive and bring home the crown in this week’s ICD-10 Code Challenge. *Last weeks answer: Exposure to excessive natural cold, initial encounter
Suban is bundled up and ready for an exciting fishing expedition… in the dead of winter. Given Suban’s history of mishaps and ICD-10 blunders, we do not expect this adventure to go well. Strap on your snow boots and winter caps as we head out into the icy tundra to solve this week’s frosty ICD-10 challenge. *Last weeks answer: Contact with kitchen utensil, initial encounter
Things got a bit heated in the Nuesoft kitchen as Chef Suban and Chef Blake had a slight disagreement over what ingredients should be included in their tasty new ICD-10 pie. Unfortunately for them, cooler minds did not prevail. See what’s cooking in our newest ICD-10 Code Challenge. *Last weeks answer: Strain of muscle, fascia and tendon of long head of biceps, left arm, initial encounter
Suban is starting his year off right with a New Year’s resolution of a healthy diet and steady workout regimen. He couldn’t wait to get into the gym and pump some iron, but his eagerness may have gotten the best of him. He’s injured himself… again. Push yourself to the limit in this week’s ICD-10 Challenge, and don’t sweat it if you get stumped. We always provide the answer in the next week’s challenge!
Physicians and medical personnel across the country are gearing up for a major transition to the new ICD-10 diagnosis code set. Here at Nuesoft, we want to help make that transition easy and fun so we created a short musical parody video to highlight a few new diagnosis codes. Watch the video and see if you can guess which codes are represented. And if you’re feeling extra confident in your ICD-10 knowledge, check out our ICD-10 code challenges to test your readiness. Produced by http://nuesoft.com/ Vocals by: Olive Lynch & Will Melton Lyrics: Blake LeGate Animation: Suban Dey Music: © Metro Trains Melbourne 2012 Original “Dumb Ways to Die” Video: http://youtu.be/IJNR2EpS0jw “New ICD-10 Codes to Try” Lyrics Take a spill [cont...]
Thanks to everyone who participated in last week’s challenge. We had a great response and the submissions continue to roll in. The correct answer for ICD-10 Code Challenge #3 was “Occupant of animal-drawn vehicle injured in collision with railway train.” It may be a little cold this time of year, but Suban (our famous ICD-10 actor) is heating up on the open water. Grab the rope and show us what you’ve got in this week’s ICD-10 Code Challenge!
For those of you who participated in last week’s challenge, the correct answer was “Unspecified spacecraft accident injuring occupant, initial encounter.” Congratulations to those who got it right. For those who selected “Struck by a light saber, subsequent encounter,” we applaud you for your sense of humor… You were joking, right? In this week’s challenge, we take a trip back in time to the Wild, Wild West. Put on your cowboy hats, I mean thinking caps, and give it your best shot. Good luck and be sure to check back next week when we reveal the answer.
The results from our first ever ICD-10 challenge are in! 43% of you correctly guessed the code was “Struck by Turkey.” Good Job! We scoured the solar system in search of the next installment to our ICD-10 Code of the Week Challenge. Take your best shot at the answer… believe me, it’s out of this world: