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Avery Hurt

Avery Hurt

Avery Hurt is a freelance writer based in Birmingham, Ala. Her work has appeared in publications including Newsweek, The New Physician, Muse, Parents, USA Today, and the Washington Post. E-mail her at editor@physicianspractice.com.

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Make the transition to the ICD-10 coding system a lot smoother with just a few tweaks to your practice work flow.

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Start planning now to make sure you have a well-rested and ready staff to handle the ICD-10 coding transition come Oct. 1.

ICD-10 Charts is a free tool to aid the coding transition, but also a gift from a son to his internist father to keep his private medical practice alive.

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Reduce the number of unpleasant surprises when the ICD-10 coding system goes live in October by starting tests now.

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The ICD-10 coding system goes into effect October 1, but you may not be totally finished with the old codes for several weeks.

ICD-10 Procrastinator's Six-Month Timeline

ICD-10 will be here before you know it. Here's what you need to do before October 1.

The changes in the new ICD-10 coding system will help you do your job better. Here are some changes you'll be happy to meet.

ICD-10 training for your staff will vary by learning style and practice role. Here are eight resources to meet your needs.

You've budgeted for training and software upgrades, but there are less tangible costs attributed to the ICD-10 transition. Here's how to prepare.

From team competitions to your own game of Jeopardy!, training for the ICD-10 transition can be enjoyable for your medical practice.

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