With Halloween and Oct. 1 both coming up, here is a look at the scary sights of ICD-10. Which do you find more frightening — ICD-10 or Halloween?
For small practices that feel behind on ICD-10 readiness, one potential solution would be for them to partner with a local large health system.
An ICD-10 critic goes over four myths that have been pushed by the coding set’s supporters and why he is against the transition
The upcoming coding change requires reimbursement monitoring by practices and perhaps a review of claims appeal processes as well.
Here are ten potential ideas to reward your staff for enduring the stress of the ICD-10 transition.
Answers from our coding expert on questions regarding new versus established patients; split/shared E&M; 92060 requirements; and same-day admit/discharge.
With ICD-10 rapidly approaching, our resident PA, Stephen Hanson looks at the importance of EHR usability in the transition.
On Aug, 27, CMS held a “National Provider Call,” on ICD-10. Here are some of the key takeaways and an ICD-10 preparation checklist.
Changing patient behaviors isn't easy. Changing any behavior — one's own or someone else's — isn't easy. It takes more than willpower and sideline cheering.
Creating a game plan for dealing with an increase in denied claims during the first few months of ICD-10 can save you money and headaches.