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With just six months to go, get your medical practice ready for the ICD-10 coding transition. Find resources, training tips, and more here in our resource center.
A Coding Tool that Supports the Needs of Providers
Are EHRs becoming more end-user friendly? This provider has seen recent proof that this might actually be happening.
Top 10 ICD-10 Diagnostic Codes from Oct. 1
Curious about the top ICD-10 codes being used by your peers? Here's a short list provided by EHR vendor Practice Fusion.
Use Modifier 78 When Treating Complications in the OR
When billing for an unplanned return to the OR that is related to the original procedure, use modifier 78.
Early Lessons of ICD-10 for One Practice
It’s early in the ICD-10 transition, but one doc began dual coding over a year ago and already has a few lessons to dole out.
For Practices, the ICD-10 Roller Coaster Has Just Begun
The challenges of ICD-10 are only getting started with denial and claim error rates set to rise. Here’s one way to avoid these travails.
Don't Let ICD-10 Consume Your Every Moment
With the rollout of ICD-10 it's important to keep a sense of normalcy in other critical areas of your practice. Here are some ways to do that.
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 Preparation: 3 Tips for Early 2015
With the ICD-10 transition on the horizon, medical practices need to start preparing. Here are three tips to start with when the calendar flips to 2015.
ICD-10: From Politics to Preparation
Sue Bowman of AHIMA discusses how ICD-10 got delayed, the true cost of waiting one year for implementation, and how to get your practice prepared.
ICD-10 Next Steps: For the Prepared and Procrastinators
Angie Comfort of AHIMA gives you quick tips on what you should do to prepare for ICD-10 in 2015, whether your practice was ready or not in 2014.
Preparing for the ICD-10 Transition
Betty Hovey of AAPC explains the looming medical coding transition to ICD-10 and how to prepare your medical practice.
ICD-10: Key Changes for Primary Care
Here are some diagnoses primary-care physicians should pay attention to in order to code correctly and get properly reimbursed.
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.
Six Key Differences Between ICD-9 and ICD-10
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.
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