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  • Clinical Coding eLearning Modules

    A Basic Introduction to Clinical Coding and Four Step Coding Process The Terminology and Classifications Delivery Service is pleased to confirm that both these eLearning modules have now been reviewed and updated and are now accessible to all via Delen. These modules are available via the IT Skills Pathway and users no longer need to register/access TRUD to complete them. To register for these courses, please follow the link to our  Learning Portal . For further information and guidance on how to register and use the Learning Portal, please refer to our  user guide . Alternatively, these and other valuable resources can be found by accessing our  Education and Training Library Kind regards Terminology and Classifications Delivery Service

    By Mandy Hudson 5 months ago

  • Clinical Coding Standard Consultation - PCSX20 Radiotherapy (X65, X67-X68)

    A new standard consultation is available for review until 21-09-18. We welcome your comments and feedback so please access the consultation via our Consultation area on Delen.

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    By Mandy Hudson 6 months ago

  • Terminology and Classifications Delivery Service 2018 Annual Survey Report - Now Available

    Our annual survey ran from 16 May to 22 June 2018 and we received 155 responses, including over 200 comments. We are very grateful to all of you who took the time to respond and for the detailed, helpful and constructive comments you provided. We have produced a report outlining the findings of the survey, which you can read here and we are preparing a service improvement plan to address the most important issues, which we will publish in September. Thank you again to all who responded to the survey.

    By Gavin McIntosh 6 months ago