Preparing Your Medical Practice for ICD-10: Tips and Strategies

October 10, 2012

Get answers to all of your ICD-10 conversion questions from Jackie Stack of the AAPC in this on-demand webinar.

Looking for tips and strategies on getting your medical practice ICD-10-ready?

Jackie Stack, CPC, an ICD-10 specialist for the AAPC explains the conversion from ICD-9 to ICD-10 and what it means for your medical practice in the following on-demand video. Stack hosted a webinar on October 10, explaining how best to prepare your practice for the coding conversion starting today.
 

The webinar was sponsored   


by Gateway EDI.




Download a PDF version of the slides from this ICD-10 preparation webinar.

For more information on the ICD-10 transition, please read:

Preparing Your Medical Practice for ICD-10
It's too early for staff to learn new ICD-10 codes, but there are some other key steps your practice can take today to be ready for the looming changes.

ICD-10: Next Steps for Physicians' Practices
Sure, ICD-10 implementation is two years away, but there are things your medical practice should start doing today to prepare.

ICD-10: Why You Shouldn't Wait
It's understandable that you'd want to avoid thinking about transitioning to the coming ICD-10 code set. But the longer you wait to start, the tougher it will be to make the switch, and the more likely you are to lose money. Here's what you need to know to avoid claims denials and ensure a smooth conversion.

For more information, be sure to see our Coding Topic Resource Center.