Category: ICD-10

Have you done these 10 things to prepare for ICD-10?

As the October 1, 2015 transition deadline approaches, take a moment to rate your preparation progress in the 10 categories below. David Letterman may have retired but the Top 10 lives on. Make this Top 10 your number one priority. Use this scale to rate your completeness for each item. Completely Finished………………………….100% Almost Finished………………………………….75% About […]

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ICD-10 is 55 days away. Are you ready?

The ICD-10 deadline of October 1, 2015 is approaching quickly but there is still time to prepare! The CMS ICD-10 Quick Start Guide is a FREE tool that can help practices make the most out of the next 55 days. CMS ICD-10 Quick Start Guide This document covers the 5 important steps health care professionals […]

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5 Ways ICD-10 Will Affect Your Practice

On October 1st, everyone in healthcare is required to make the switch from ICD-9 to ICD-10. The transition to ICD-10 will have a number of different effects on your practice. Here are five ways that ICD-10 will affect your practice: 1. ICD-10 will affect everyone Everyone covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of […]

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ICD-10 Alert: FAQs and Guidance on Flexibility

On Monday July 27th, CMS issued Guidance on the recent CMS/AMA joint announcement regarding ICD-10 flexibilities. The Guidance comes in the form of a frequently asked questions (FAQs) document. Below we’ve provided important information and highlights from the FAQs we think you’ll want to become familiar with as quickly as possible. Learn more at http://practicemax.com/ Key […]

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