For many physicians like Theo Felts, a family practitioner in Overland, Kan., ICD-10 has been no sweat at all. In this Q&A, he discusses the transition.
Is your practice suffering with ICD-10 or has it been a smooth transition? Take a quick five-question survey and share your experiences.
Physicians should use modifier 58 to indicate a staged or related procedure that was planned in advance.
The ICD-10 transition will continue into the next year for practices. Here are some tips you’ll need to take in 2016.
Fall brings a new set of activities that may require new ICD-10 codes at your practice. Here's a list of 15 possible – and funny – autumn injuries.
Our coding expert discusses copying the referring physician on consults; coding follow-up visits; and selecting medical complexity for high-toxicity meds.
ICD-10 is here, so be sure your medical practice is addressing all related issues to avoid a hit to your bottom line.
Cost, true partnership, and responsiveness to small-to-medium-sized practices are all good reasons to stick with your current EHR vendor
Avoid problems with reimbursement through accurate and specific coding in ICD-10. Here are some tips to do that.
Even if you haven’t seen an uptick in denials, the ICD-10 transition could affect your bottom line. Here are some ways to ensure that doesn’t happen.