The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has released a new recording of an ICD-10 training webinar conducted for the National Association of Community Health Centers.
Early Medicaid expansions under the ACA offer important lessons to federal and state policymakers as the 2014 expansions approach.
Less than one year to implement ICD-10... so let's talk. No matter where you are in your transition, we hope you will take time this month to take some action on ICD-10. For its part, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is working closely with medical and trade associations, listening to their challenges and working collaboratively with them on solutions.
In order to be fully prepared for the October 1, 2014, ICD-10 transition, you need to know exactly how ICD-10 will affect your practice. Although many people associate coding with submitting claims, in reality, ICD codes are used in a variety of processes within clinical practices, from registration and referrals to billing and payment. The following is a list of important questions to help you think through where you use ICD codes and how ICD-10 will affect your practice. By making a plan to address these areas now, you can make sure your practice is ready for the ICD-10 transition.