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Get Ready for ICD-10

Now is the time to start planning for the ICD-10 medical coding transition. In this webinar, recorded on October 15, 2013, Betty Hovey of AAPC explains the coming changes in medical coding and how your medical practice can start getting everyone prepared starting today.


Here are some diagnoses primary-care physicians should pay attention to in order to code correctly and get properly reimbursed.


When ICD-10 hits on Oct. 1, coding habits aren’t the only thing that will require adjustment. Here are five EHR-specific tips for the transition.


WEDI's ICD-10 readiness survey paints an ugly picture for physician practice readiness. However, one expert said the situation may not be that bad.

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Take a quiz on CPT codes, denials, CARCs, and other medical claims information, using data from the first quarter of 2015 provided by RemitDATA.


CMS recently offered new tools for the ICD-10 transition. But some providers are still floundering.

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With less than two months to go before the ICD-10 goes live, most physician practices haven't done readiness testing. Why not?

Insurers typically do not reimburse an E&M service and procedure performed on the same date of service. But, careful documentation can change that.


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