ICD-10 Transition: What You Need to Know

November 10, 2010

One of the biggest changes to affect the entire healthcare industry is the pending required adoption of the new X12 Version 5010 Electronic Transaction Standard and International Classifications of Diseases procedure codes, or ICD-10 code sets, which will expand the current 17,000 coding options to the 155,000 code sets. The Version 5010 changes are set to take effect on January 1, 2012 and the ICD-10 transition date is October 1, 2013. In this podcast you will learn what your medical practice or medical billing company will need to do to be prepared in advance of these deadlines. This podcast is brought to you by Nuesoft Technologies and NueMD, Internet-based practice management software and electronic health records. Nuesoft has an established U.S. customer base of more than 15,000 users in 49 states.

One of the biggest changes to affect the entire healthcare industry is the pending required adoption of the new X12 Version 5010 Electronic Transaction Standard and International Classifications of Diseases procedure codes, or ICD-10 code sets, which will expand the current 17,000 coding options to the 155,000 code sets. The Version 5010 changes are set to take effect on January 1, 2012 and the ICD-10 transition date is October 1, 2013. In this podcast you will learn what your medical practice or medical billing company will need to do to be prepared in advance of these deadlines. This podcast is brought to you by Nuesoft Technologies and NueMD, Internet-based practice management software and electronic health records. Nuesoft has an established U.S. customer base of more than 15,000 users in 49 states.

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