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The ICD-10 transition will continue into the next year for practices. Here are some tips you’ll need to take in 2016.

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With a dearth of coders thanks to the ICD-10 transition, some practices find that training current staff is the best way to get good coders.

Answers from our coding expert on questions regarding advance care planning; pessary cleaning; and identifying inclusive codes.

Was the fear and trepidation surrounding ICD-10 overstated or is the early success around a lack of denials only temporary for providers?

It has been six months since what was supposed to be a disastrous change to ICD 10 occurred.

Proper documentation and reporting of codes for prolonged services allows providers to improve compensation for lengthy outpatient services.

Since the implementation of the ICD-10 coding system, most claims are processing smoothly and rejection rates have been minimal.

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