ICD-10

Everything doctors should know about ICD-10 glitch
Everything doctors should know about ICD-10 glitchCMS has announced a glitch in the quality reporting measures brought upon by the changes in the ICD-CM (Clinical Modification) and ICD-PCS (Procedural Coding System) updates that went into affect Oct. 1.
5 key coding opportunities in 2017Prepare for 5 key coding opportunities
Top 5 tips for combatting 2017 coding concerns
Top 5 tips for combatting 2017 coding concernsThe calendar may say the ICD-10 transition is long gone, but practices still will likely feel its repercussions in 2017 in terms of payer requests, denials and the new code set’s influence on value-based care. Looking to next year, practices should start being proactive with these coding opportunities now to consider how the following five factors will impact documenting, coding and billing for care
The end of ICD-10 flexibilities is coming, are you ready?
The end of ICD-10 flexibilities is coming, are you ready?Providers who are still adjusting to the ICD-10 coding transition from five characters to seven have a variety of amenities and advice available to them in the last leg of the grace period.
ICD-10 changes could impact practice cash flow
ICD-10 changes could impact practice cash flowThe coding change hasn’t put a financial hit on most physicians, but that could change as of October 1.
How physicians can prepare for the new ICD-10 codesNew ICD-10 procedure and diagnosis codes—added as a result of the thawing of a partial code freeze in effect since 2011—are coming October 1.
5 tips to prepare your practice for the end of the ICD-10 grace periodThe ICD-10 grace period officially ends on October 1; however, only time will tell if—and when—payers begin to demand greater specificity. In the meantime, consider these five tips to ensure compliance in the short and long term.
The next ICD-10 hurdle: Prepare for payer scrutinyWhat’s changing about coding in October, and what physicians need to do to prepare.
Top 13 Pokémon Go ICD-10 codes physicians need to knowIf you have yet to hear about Pokémon Go, the new app that is taking over the world—it topped 15 million downloads in just its first week—you probably will or have already started seeing its results in the form of your patients.