AOA's ICD-10 Resources

AOA's comprehensive 10 part ICD-10 series

Below is the complete ICD-10 webinar series schedule. This optometry focused ICD-10 webinar series provides you with thorough and accurate information to help you make the transition to ICD-10.

Introduction to ICD-10-CM Coding System
ICD-10-CM More Basics
ICD-10-CM Coding: Lids to Lens
ICD-10-CM Coding: Posterior Segment
ICD-10-CM Coding: Glaucoma-Optic Pathways
ICD-10-CM Coding: Refraction, Muscles, Disturbances
ICD-10-CM Coding: Diabetes and other systemic disease
ICD-10-CM Coding: Common Ocular Infections and Injuries
ICD-10-CM Coding: Post-procedural Complications
ICD-10-CM Coding: Odds and Ends and Recap: Scheduled for October 17, 2014


Registration for the upcoming webinars is available at www.aoa.org/events. All webinars are recorded and posted on EyeLearn within 3-5 business days following the presentation (member log-in required).

If you are and AOA member and have an ICD 10 question that is not answered in our resources, please click here to direct a question to AOA's coding experts.

If you need assistance accessing any of these resources, please contact Kara Webb, Associate Director for Coding and Regulatory Policy at kcwebb@aoa.org.

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Articles in AOA publications

Frequent short bursts of information on First Look, AOA news, and AOA Focus (log-in required).

Articles currently available online include:

ICD-10 delay: What does this mean for optometry?

For ICD-10, electronic health records are the answer

New CMS forms required as of April 1

Congress approves one-year Medicare payment fix, extends ICD-10 deadline

Paraoptometric Education Modules

The AOA Paraoptometric Resource Center (PRC) offers many opportunities for certified paraoptometric codes (CPOC) to earn the continuing education credits (CECs) required for re-certification. The CPOC is required to provide, every three years, proof of nine hours of CECs.

Paraoptometric Skill Builder®

Education and Product Catalog

Certification E-Newsletter

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