Medical coding is a challenge, but a dose of caution will help you to avoid many of the most common coding errors. Here are four areas to watch.
Make the transition to the ICD-10 coding system a lot smoother with just a few tweaks to your practice work flow.
Start planning now to make sure you have a well-rested and ready staff to handle the ICD-10 coding transition come Oct. 1.
Superbills and other forms at your practice should also be prepared for Oct. 1, 2015. Here's how to get ready.
ICD-10 Charts is a free tool to aid the coding transition, but also a gift from a son to his internist father to keep his private medical practice alive.
As Oct. 1 approaches, get your physicians ready by determining how much and what kind of ICD-10 training they'll need.
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Reduce the number of unpleasant surprises when the ICD-10 coding system goes live in October by starting tests now.
As we get closer to the ICD-10 transition, medical billers are likely finding some familiar symptoms among the new code set.
The ICD-10 coding system goes into effect October 1, but you may not be totally finished with the old codes for several weeks.