Relevant Background Information: As a coder, it is imperative that you understand not only the code sets that you are using for the patient type you are coding, but also the reimbursement methodology that is used for that patient type as well. Coders may see different patient types and code for services provided in different care settings and therefore must understand both coding and reimbursement. Assessment Directions: Imagine that you work as a coder at University Hospital. Your coding manager asks you to make a job aid to help all new coders understand the different reimbursement methodology based on the patient setting where the care was provided. Specifically, your coding manager requests that new coders use this job aid as a guide to better understand why the code sets assigned for each patient type are used with respect to reimbursement. With this job aid, the coders will be able to reference the care settings and associated reimbursement methodology. Articulate explanations of the four care settings: a. Inpatient hospital b. Outpatient hospital c. Physician office d. Long-term care 3. Include the following information for each care setting: a. What reimbursement methodology is used in the care setting b. An explanation or description of that methodology c. Which classification system(s) is/are used in the care setting d. Any specific rules or processes that need to be considered when applying the reimbursement methodology for the care setting e. An example of when the payment system is used 4. Determine a format that works best to share this information in the form of a job aid. Remember, a job aid should be a brief, well-organized document that provides easy access to reference information.