CMS recently offered new tools for the ICD-10 transition. But some providers are still floundering.
With less than two months to go before the ICD-10 goes live, most physician practices haven't done readiness testing. Why not?
For practices, managing the change process is critical to success. Start emotionally preparing your team for the ICD-10 transition.
Your patients probably don't care about ICD-10, but there may be situations in which you might want or need to tell them.
Here are 11 tips to ensure your practice will be on track for a successful ICD-10 transition come Oct. 1, 2015 and beyond.
Find out what the recent agreement between the AMA and CMS means for physicians going forward.
Establish appropriate staff training for ICD-10 at your medical practice with a keen eye on your revenue cycle management.
Our coding expert discusses coding for low-level MDM; teaching physician requirements; referral confusion, and transitional care management.
While recent concessions made by CMS on the ICD-10 transition may relieve stress for practices making the transition, some say it’s not enough.
Medical practices need to focus more attention on the specificity and completeness of their diagnosis coding in order to be compensated fairly.