Course Details

  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Burns – BAC1023-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Complications of Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Puerperium – BAC1016-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Congenital Anomalies – BAC1020-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Diseases of Blood and Blood-Forming Organs – BAC1009-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Diseases of the Circulatory System – BAC1012-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Diseases of the Digestive System – BAC1014-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Diseases of the Endocrine System, Metabolic and Nutritional Diseases and Immune-System Disorders – BAC1008-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Diseases of the Genitourinary System – BAC1015-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Diseases of the Musculoskeletal System and Connective Tissue – BAC1019-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Diseases of the Nervous System and Sense Organs – BAC1011-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Diseases of the Respiratory System – BAC1013-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Diseases of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissues – BAC1018-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Guidelines for Signs and Symptoms – BAC1021-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Infectious and Parasitic Diseases – BAC1006-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Injuries – BAC1022-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Mental Disorders – BAC1010-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Neoplasms – BAC1007-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Coding Poisonings and Adverse Effects of Drugs – BAC1024-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Complications of Surgical and Medical Care – BAC1025-T
  • ICD-10-CM: External Causes of Morbidity Codes (Chapter 20) and Factors Influencing Health Status and Contact with Health Services Codes (Chapter 21) – BAC1026-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Introduction to ICD-10-CM Classification – BAC1002-T
  • ICD-10-CM: Introduction to Medical Coding – BAC1001-T
  • ICD-10-CM: The Uniform Hospital Discharge Data Set (UHDDS): The Patient Record as a Source Document – BAC1004-T
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Planning and preparing to provide care in the event of a bioterrorism attack or other emergency is a critical part of working in any healthcare environment. But planning is more than knowing where emergency supplies and exits are. Planning also involves ensuring that healthcare workers know how to keep safe, both physically and mentally. This includes having the families of healthcare workers be prepared for disasters. Studies have shown that providing care to disaster victims is impaired when healthcare workers are concerned about their own families’ safety.

This program is designed to help healthcare workers prepare themselves at work, at home and in the community at large, to respond to bioterrorism and other emergencies.

Course Feature


After viewing this program the viewer should be able to:

  • Describe the types of weapons of mass destruction.
  • Describe the types of mass casualty disasters.
  • Describe how to plan for your own family’s safety.
  • Describe the facility’s disaster plan.
  • Describe the types of personal protective equipment.
  • Describe how community wide planning is used to prepare for disasters.