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ICD-10

Communication Crucial to ICD-10 Success

To truly be ready for the ICD-10 transition, start your communications now: with your physicians, your staff, and your tech vendors.

ICD-10

Halting ICD-10 implementation now would be a huge burden to medical practices. It's not time for another delay; it's time to get to work.

When preparing to train practice staff, consider whether they need awareness, intense, or extensive instruction.

Here are five ways you can mitigate the risk of a coding audit or fines in your practice, in relation to the coming ICD-10 conversion.

Having a little fun with the ICD-10 codes now will come in handy when it’s time to implement them later.

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

ICD-10 is coming whether we like it or not. Here's how to get your medical practice to accept the coming coding set transition.

Now is the time to act to prevent claims issues, including denials, due to ICD-10. Here are four tips.

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