Clinical Coding 2 Intermediate ICD-10-AM (11th) – [CC2_11]

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Nationally recognised training

This course is designed for those seeking to continue the journey of a clinical coding career. This course includes the second component of nationally recognised clinical coding skill set plus medical science integrated with clinical coding.
The course includes:

  • Coding, Casemix and Morbidity Reporting Requirements
  • Data abstraction from clinical records for the purpose of coding moderately complex records
  • Use ICD-10-AM (10th edition) to obtain the correct code, including correct application of relevant coding standards
  • Communicate with clinicians regarding clinical coding queries and processes

Why this course

This course is flexible and is the best course to advance your coding skills. The course includes complex and highly complex cases to code. You will have access to highly experienced clinical coders and trainers.

Who should do this course?

Any person working or wishing to work in a country which uses ICD-10-AM 11th Edition who have introductory level clinical coding skills including:

  • Nurses, Medical or administrative person seeking a new career in clinical classification or required to code using ICD-10-AM.
  • Insurers and Payers who seek to understand the skills and processes of clinical coding and interpret ICD-10-AM coded information.
  • Data managers who design, develop queries or interpret information using ICD-10-AM codes.
  • Researchers who use or collect data using ICD-10-AM codes.

Structure and what to expect

Online with tutor support (you don’t have to work on your own). The skills are taught as modules, including electives. You may progress at your own rate and start whenever you wish. Suggested pace of 1 module every 2 weeks each of which will take students approximately 15 hours to complete.

  • Taught over 22 modules
  • 12-18 months for course completion

Text and Materials Provided

Required Text: ICD-10-AM (6th Edition). You will not be able to complete the course without this resource. You may choose paper books, or electronic books. Students of this course are entitled to student rates when purchasing the code books.

The course provides:

  • Learner’s guide acts as a text and reference as well as a guide on how to move through the course
  • Presentation – powerpoint (pptx file) and video (presentation of the powerpoint) for some modules
  • Exercises – tasks for you to do to make sure you understand and give you experience in the issues covered.
  • Answers to the Exercises – answers or sample answers and discussions are provided to assist your progress and understanding.
  • Chat room – you may ask questions and chat with the tutor and with other students
  • References – to other sites and documents to assist additional learning.
  • Assessment – formal assessment of your skills (similar to the exercises but assessed). This is a timed online assessment process and individual feedback is provided


eHE is authorised by the Australian Government to issue qualifications including certificates associated with this course.
You will receive the certificate of attainment upon successful completion. If you do not complete or pass you may request an attendance certificate.
Formal Nationally recognised competencies include:

  • HLTADM006 Undertake complex clinical coding

Industry Engagement

This course has been designed with consideration of the requirements for ‘work ready’ clinical coders. eHE staff and contributors have been active participants in the national Workforce evaluations of clinical coder education, and the recent review undertaken by the Victorian Government which led to the development of the Victorian Cert IV in Clinical Classification.

Our course developers and tutors have worked as coders, auditors, and lecturers in Health Information Management Programs and many have been senior members of the Health Information Management Association National Board. They have worked as advisers to coding services in Australia and internationally and are regarded as senior members of the profession.

In 2014 eHE presented academic papers to the HIMAA Conference on an analysis of current educational competencies for Clinical Coding and at the Clinical Documentation Coding and Analysis Conference on Development of Clinical Coder Skills, an alternative approach. The response from the industry to these presentations as well as that received from students has been taken into account in the development of this course.