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Payers Won't Always Be So Lenient in ICD-10
During these early days of ICD-10 payers are accepting codes that aren't quite as specific as they should be. This won't last forever.
At One Month, ICD-10 Seems To Be Going Smoothly
Everything seems fine on the surface with ICD-10 thus far, but is there a false sense of security?
ICD-10 is Here at Last, Now Make it Work for You
The change to the ICD-10 coding system was greeted with dread and sometimes fear. But now that it's live, it's time to see what it can do.
ICD-10 is Up and Running: How to Survive
ICD-10 is now the official language of insurance claims. Here's how to avoid translation problems and other tips to keep your head above water
ICD-10: Don't Let Denied Claims Stick Around
Creating a game plan for dealing with an increase in denied claims during the first few months of ICD-10 can save you money and headaches.
It's Not (Quite) Too Late To Get Ready for ICD-10
Oct. 1 will be here before you know it. If you aren't ready for ICD-10, it's time to narrow your focus.
How Helpful Are CMS’ New Training Tools for ICD-10 Prep?
CMS recently offered new tools for the ICD-10 transition. But some providers are still floundering.
For Many, ICD-10 Readiness Testing is on the Back Burner
With less than two months to go before the ICD-10 goes live, most physician practices haven't done readiness testing. Why not?
ICD-10: Do Patients Even Need To Know?
Your patients probably don't care about ICD-10, but there may be situations in which you might want or need to tell them.
CMS Answers Calls for ICD-10 Safeguards
While recent concessions made by CMS on the ICD-10 transition may relieve stress for practices making the transition, some say it’s not enough.
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