Oct. 1 will be here before you know it. If you aren't ready for ICD-10, it's time to narrow your focus.
This survival guide offers key activities to move a practice beyond reactive management and toward a proactive approach to optimize performance.
Practices that are not ready for ICD-10 will have to deal with significant issues, so it’s time for them to seek guidance from payers and others.
Despite various changes in the healthcare industry, payer negotiations can help your medical practice prosper — if you prepare and leverage your data.
Here are some diagnoses primary-care physicians should pay attention to in order to code correctly and get properly reimbursed.
When ICD-10 hits on Oct. 1, coding habits aren’t the only thing that will require adjustment. Here are five EHR-specific tips for the transition.
If you don’t think your practice will be ready to transition to ICD-10 by Oct. 1, partnering with your EHR vendor is one strategy to employ.
It's down to the wire for your practice in preparing for ICD-10. Here are five things to do now before Oct. 1.
Taking care of a patient is what doctors strive to do, not judging a bee’s intent, a requirement of the new ICD-10 coding system.
WEDI's ICD-10 readiness survey paints an ugly picture for physician practice readiness. However, one expert said the situation may not be that bad.