ICD-10 is a reality . . .
Is your practice ready?


3 Webinars Especially for Physicians

If you missed the live sessions, order the recordings

The differences between ICD-9 and ICD-10 can be significant - there are five times as many diagnosis codes in ICD-10! It is critically important that ophthalmologists and their staff understand the changes, the impact on practice operations, and take the necessary steps to adopt the new code set since ICD-10 is required after October 1, 2015.

Although our "live" ICD-10 Subspecialty Coding Webinars have been completed, the recordings are still available for you to purchase. These 90 minute sessions address the similarities and differences with ICD-9, present the steps to prepare for implementation, explain how new codes are organized and defined, describe the impact on medical record documentation, and offer tools to make the transition as seamless as possible.

The Programs

  • ICD-10 Coding for Retina
  • ICD-10 Coding for Cornea/Cataract 
  • ICD-10 Coding for Glaucoma

Purchase the Recordings

Each recording is $75 for state society members, and $185 for non-members.

CLICK HERE to purchase access to the recorded webinars.  Once we receive your order, we will send you a link to view the recording online and a PDF copy of the slides.  Sorry, we are unable to provide the webinar recording on CD at the present time.

Note - You do not need to log-in to the website to access the order form.

Other state society members (or their employees) may access the recordings at the ISEPS member rate

If you purchase a recording, please allow 24 hours for us to process your order and send you the link to the recording.  Thank you for your understanding.

About Your Instructor

With more than 38 years of experience, Pat Schmitter has a strong background in government payer regulations.  She provides billing, coding and compliance consulting services to her clients.  Pat also performs various audits, education on the principles of CPT and ICD coding, government regulations, and solving problems related to regulation and payers.  She also coordinates and oversees enrollment for billing privilege and credentialing with managed care organizations and government entities.

Pat is a Certified Professional Coder (CPC) accredited by the AAPC, Certified Instructor of the Professional medical Coding Curriculum (CPC-I), AAPC Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer and an approved AHIMA ICD-10-CM Instructor and AHIMA Ambassador. 


Contact the ISEPS Administrative Office --
     Phone:  800-838-3627
     Email:  [email protected]


Last Updated on Tuesday, October 06, 2015 10:45 PM