Five Things You Should Do Now to Prepare for ICD-10

The reality is that ICD-10 will be here before we know it, and providers need to get ready to avoid serious impacts to their productivity and cash flow. Here are five things you should be doing now to reduce the impact this transition will have on your organization.

News You Can Use: Preparing for ICD-10

We’re keeping an eye on news updates about ICD-10, and have compiled some helpful resources to get you up to speed on how ICD-10 will impact you.

Managing Your Coders through ICD-10 Implementation

At this point in the healthcare industry’s implementation of ICD-10, many industry articles have focused on critical education needs, physician cooperation, systems and documentation assessments, and the elusive end-to-end testing. However, there is one minor overlooked facet of this upcoming industry shift – managing your staff’s crisis in this change.

Five Tips to Prepare for ICD-10: What You Should Be Doing Right Now

For providers who have not yet started their preparations, the start of the year is a great time to renew your focus on ICD-10. Here are five things we suggest you should be doing now to reduce the impact this transition could have on your productivity and cash flow.

The Importance of ICD-10 Testing

Testing claims in advance of the ICD-10 deadline on October 1, 2015, is critical to prepare your practice to transition to ICD-10 – and to help you receive accurate reimbursement.
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