Is your practice prepared for ICD-9 to ICD-10 Transition?
In October 2015 the number of codes will increase from 13,000 to 68,000. An increase by 5X.
Do you know how it will affect your practice?According to the AMA these are the potential costs to your practice.
What you will learn:
- Understand the difference between ICD-9 and ICD-10.
- Learn how ICD-10 will impact your practice.
- Find out how to decrease your risk.
Be Proactive in your planning for ICD-10. Here’s the steps to take to be prepared.The ICD-10 transition takes planning, preparation, and time, so medical practices should continue working toward compliance. The following quick checklist will assist you with preliminary planning steps.
Are you feeling ready to focus on patients and not on codes?
Are you collecting as much as you should be?
Don’t leave money on the table.
Find out how you are performing and how to get paid faster for all your services.