ICD-10 training: 5 resources to help medical practices get started

Posted: August 1, 2014 in Business to business marketing, Healthcare Marketing, Marketing, Medical Marketing
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With the deadline for the international Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10) slowly approaching, many physicians are still figuring out how to completely implement it. Here are 5 resources to help your practice prepare for ICD-10:

1. CMS Provider Resources – Comprehensive checklists, helpful tips and transcriptions from webinars to guide providers in this transition.
2. American Academy of Professional Coders – The AAPC recommends that coders take an in-depth Anatomy and Physiology course to assess and develop their skills.
3. Medscape Education modules –30-minute video presentation offering practical guidance and covering some of the broader impacts on practices.
4. ICD-10 Implementation Guide for Physician Practices – Offers physicians a timeline for their preparation and will help determine the level of readiness for their practice.
5. ICD-9 to ICD-10 Conversion Tool – Tool for physicians to have on hand during the initial implementation.
To read more, click: http://medicaleconomics.modernmedicine.com/medical-economics/ICD-10/HIT/icd-10-training-5-resources-help-medical-practices-get-started#sthash.jQY1655e.dpuf

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