Learn the DSM-5 (and ICD-10) Quickly and Effectively!
Are you up to speed? DSM-5 criteria were published in 2013. And ICD codes have changed from ICD-9 to ICD-10 on October 1, 2015!
As a psychiatrist you may be under the false impression that ICD-10 diagnostic codes don’t apply to you. But they do! But no worries. Here’s why.
For psychiatric disorders, the DSM-5 diagnostic codes are identical to ICD-10 codes. (In current DSM-5 editions they are the codes written in parentheses.) That means all you have to do to be compliant is know how to diagnose according to DSM-5.
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This Online Course is available immediately, so you can begin your studies today. Because you can access all the course lectures anytime, anywhere, and on any device, you can turn any spare minute into study time.
The great news is the Master the Changes in the DSM-5 course provides you a concentrated review of the changes incorporated into the DSM-5. It presents all changes and only the changes, and presumes you are well-versed in the fourth edition and only need to focus on what’s new.
Here’s What Makes Master the Changes in the DSM-5® Course So Effective:
- Review ONLY the specific differences between the new DSM-5 and DSM-IV®-TR
- Learn how the new classifications and diagnostic standards apply to your specialty
- Earn 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
- Get online and mobile access to all lecture recordings – perfect for on-the-go review
- Be compliant with the new ICD-10 diagnostic codes
Master the Changes in the DSM-5 is the best way to get quickly and thoroughly updated on changes to diagnostic criteria and classifications. Please take a few minutes to call our offices right now to get more information or to register for this excellent online course.