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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.

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

In early 2015, your first tasks to prepare for ICD-10 should be reviewing your budget and effectively communicating the code set change.

How to manage the timing of your ICD-10 training — whether you anticipated a 2014 transition or have done nothing so far.

The ICD-10 deadline is only nine months away. Here are six questions to ask your software vendors immediately.

If your medical practice is among those only partially ready or just in the initial stages of an ICD-10 transition plan, it's time to get moving.

Q: When a patient has been admitted and discharged on the same day, can one note support a same day admit/discharge code?

The start of the New Year begs that a to-do list be formed. For medical practices, these five items should be at the top.

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