The ICD-10 coding system requires far more specificity than ICD-9. To select ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS codes, coders need to understand the anatomical differences between codes. This resource helps you focus on the detail of conditions, terminology and anatomy needed to code accurately in ICD-10 with the 2013 Comprehensive Anatomy and Physiology for ICD-10-CM and -PCS Coding. Key Features and Benefits: Targeted ICD-10 training. Focuses on the detail of conditions, terminology and anatomy needed to code accurately in ICD-10. Understand where ICD-10 will require a deeper understanding of anatomy. Sharpen the skills needed for front-line, everyday coding challenges with ICD-10. Prepare for future documentation needs. Educates clinical staff about additional documentation necessary for coding accuracy. Detailed color illustrations with a focus on pathology. Visualize conditions and key factors in ICD-10-CM and -PCS coding. Knowledge assessments. Each chapter includes an extensive knowledge assessment. Addresses the pathophysiology of disease as well as normal and abnormal anatomy.