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ATU-Ozark’s HIT program to Host Coding Training

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The Health Information Technology department at Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus is hosting a training in ICD-10-CM training on campus September 19, 2019.

Due to new industry standards some health information professionals require training in ICD-10-CM, which is a disease driven coding system used in skilled nursing facility reimbursements.

The purpose of this training is to understand and apply ICD-10-CM as applicable to the PDPM reimbursement.

 Five continued education (CEU) hours for Arkansas license nursing home administrators have been approved by the Office of Long Term Care.

The ATU-Ozark HIT Department Chair, Bonnie Sher, and instructors, Brenda Huntsinger, and Constance Askins will conduct the training.  Debbie Fort, the Administrator of the Alma Health and Rehabilitation will be a guest speaker as well.  

ATU-Ozark’s HIT students will also be present to raise money for their scholarship program.

To learn more about this event or register, please contact Brenda Huntsinger at To learn more about ATU-Ozark’s Health Information Technology program, please visit