ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS TENTH EDITION EDUCATION
From 1 July 2017, ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS Tenth Edition will be implemented nationally. In order to familiarise clinical
coders and other users with the updates to the classification, an education program is being offered from May to July 2017.
Please access the online education here
Overview of the Education Program
Education material for ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS Tenth Edition is delivered online and is free of charge. As per the Ninth Edition
education program face-to-face workshops will not be provided for new edition training. The following documents are provided:
- Reference to Changes (Tenth Edition) - a downloadable PDF document outlining all updates made from Ninth Edition to Tenth Edition.
- Tutorial videos - accessible online, focusing on a selection of major updates (with accompanying downloadable PDF presentation slide documents).
- Coding Exercise Workbook - contains exercises related to major updates as a downloadable PDF document.
To receive a participation certificate, users are required to complete a short challenge quiz
by following the link to CLIP.
Upon successful completion a participation certificate can be downloaded and it will also be emailed to the email address
of the CLIP registration. To ensure a smooth delivery process, please ensure your registration details (including email
address) and password are correct in CLIP in advance of completing the quiz.
Following completion of the online education, please complete the participant evaluation survey.
Feedback is essential to refine and improve the online educational experience in the future.
There is also an opportunity to submit questions about the Tenth Edition updates. While individual
responses will not be provided, these questions will be consolidated into answers to the Frequently Asked Questions
aimed to be published around 15 September 2017.
The pre-Edition training material for ICD-10-AM Tenth Edition is delivered in the form of a series of videos accessible
through the ACCD Tenth Edition education site.
These videos are presented using the MP4 file type as it is now the most widely utilised file format for creating
and playing videos.
While almost every browser will successfully play MP4 videos, some local setup issues may be encountered,
and require updates such as the Silverlight plug-in. In that case, please contact your manager or IT department
in the first instance. For information on IT requirements, please refer to the document
IT-Specifications.pdf available on the website.