ICD-10 Training Begins This Spring

ICD-10 training consists of online courses assigned and taken in LEARN starting this fall and continuing through next summer in advance of the October 1, 2015 deadline.

CHI has invested not only in best-in-class ICD-10 education to prepare you, but also in clinical documentation improvement programs to help you document efficiently and accurately in both ICD-9 and ICD-10.

Completing training will help you to more quickly and accurately complete coding and documentation. This will help ensure that you are properly compensated for your time, reduce held claims and rework, and will help you and other physicians involved in your patient’s care make the best decisions.

If you have completed training elsewhere, let us know

To let us know you have taken ICD-10 training elsewhere, please complete this survey and we will update our records.

Training in three phases

Specialty Documentation Improvement Jan – Mar 2015
ICD-10 Documentation Apr – Jun 2015
ICD-10 Awareness Jul – Aug 2015

Accessing training

CHI-Employed Medical Staff

Harrison Medical Center employed medical staff will complete ICD-10 training through Harrison University.

Employed medical staff on the medical staffs of the “St.” Hospitals and Highline Medical Center will complete ICD-10 training through LEARN.

Independent and Contracted Medical Staff

Independent and contracted medical staff have also been provided LEARN accounts but will access LEARN differently.

  1. Launch LEARN
  2. Type your Username and Password. You will be prompted to change your password and to set up a password reminder.
  3. Your Username will be in the following format:
    • First 4 letters of first name + First 4 letters of last name + Birth Month (MM) + Birth Day (DD)
    • If you have fewer than four letters, your entire name will be used.
      • Examples:
        Jane Smith-Jones’ DOB: July 4 – USER ID is janesmit0704
        Dan Yee's DOB: January 03 – User ID is danyee0103
    • Your initial password is “Welcome3

Please note: Only your password is case sensitive.

For more information on ICD-10 courses visit www.chiicd-10.net.