ICD-10 Provider Resources

“Road to 10” by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)

CMS has created “Road to 10” to help you jump start the transition to ICD-10. Built with the help of small practice physicians, “Road to 10” is a no-cost tool that will help you:

  • Get an overview of ICD-10
  • Explore specialty references from a list of medical specialties including family practice, pediatrics, OB/GYN, cardiology, orthopedics, internal medicine and more
  • Create a personal action plan using a step-by-step guide

“Choose Your Path to ICD-10” by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)

A one-stop shop for ICD-10 resources for HIM coding professionals, physicians/clinicians, academic and other health care stakeholders. From the “Choose Your Path to ICD-10” web site you can access resources such as:

  • FAQs for top ICD-10 questions
  • ICD-10 preparation check list
  • ICD-10 implementation toolkit
    ICD-10 CM/PCS documentation tips
    HIM BODY OF KNOWLEDGE™ – AHIMA’s comprehensive library of ICD-10 resources in the BoK
  • ICD-10 playbook

ICD-10 Implementation by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC)

An online resource geared towards coders, physicians and offices/clinics. AAPC offers custom ICD-10 training, services, books and codes in varying price ranges.

ICD-10 Information and Resources by the American Medical Association

Resources are available on the AMA web site to assist with the transition to ICD-10, including:

  • ICD-10 Physician Cost Impact Report
  • Background information about ICD-10
  • Medicare testing and payment
  • ICD-10 FAQs
  • ICD-10 implementation planning
  • AMA advocacy efforts around ICD-10
  • AMA educational resources for ICD-10
  • EDI Workgroup (WEDI)

FAQs About ICD-10 by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)

A list of twelve commonly asked questions about ICD-10 and their answers.