Seeing the benefits of the ICD-10 transition will help you and your medical practice staff members embrace and prepare for the upcoming transition.
Jackie Stack, CPC
Begin ICD-10 preparations with an analysis of how the new code set will affect office work flow for each medical practice employee.
Early ICD-10 testing will allow your medical practice to identify and resolve issues before they disrupt your claims process.
Here's some food for thought on when to deliver ICD-10 training to your medical practice staff, where you should go for it, and how to evaluate it.
While the ICD-10 compliance date is nearly a year away, now is the time to begin training and education planning. Here are some tips.
Sure, ICD-10 implementation is two years away, but there are things your medical practice should start doing today to prepare.
It's too early for staff to learn new ICD-10 codes, but there are some other key steps your practice can take today to be ready for the looming changes.