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Get Ready for ICD-10

Now is the time to start planning for the ICD-10 medical coding transition. In this webinar, recorded on October 15, 2013, Betty Hovey of AAPC explains the coming changes in medical coding and how your medical practice can start getting everyone prepared starting today.


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ICD-10 is now the official language of insurance claims. Here's how to avoid translation problems and other tips to keep your head above water


Tomorrow is the big day for the ICD-10 transition. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, here are ten last-minute resources to help you out.


As the hours tick away, ICD-10 is almost here. For practice, this doesn’t mean you need to panic, these last minute tips should be of assistance.


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

Answers from our coding expert on questions regarding new versus established patients; split/shared E&M; 92060 requirements; and same-day admit/discharge.

When choosing between modifier 52 and modifier 53, ask yourself, "Why did the provider not complete the procedure or service?"


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.


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