Tag Archives: ICD-10 compliance

Monitoring for success: Tracking KPIs and ICD-10 post go-live activities

Now that ICD-10 has officially launched, the pressure is off, right? Some would actually argue that the real work is just beginning as ICD-10 presents a major business transformation event for all stakeholders. For health plans, a successful ICD-10 transition strategy should include monitoring of key performance indicators (KPIs) as well as financial monitoring. Daily […]
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Payers: How to ensure you have good command of ICD-10

The years of preparation, planning and work are about to pay off: ICD-10 is here. On October 1, 2015, the national standardized coding system goes live. For payers, system remediation, end-to-end testing, financial impact analyses, staff training and risk analyses/contingency planning should be done. But the real work is just beginning. ICD-10 presents a major […]
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Ten principles to help you engage providers around ICD-10

With less than three months until the ICD-10 go-live date, you may still be having trouble engaging providers around the new code set. If so, that’s not surprising. While we know that patient care will ultimately benefit from ICD-10’s increased specificity and data detail, doctors are focused on the here and now. And frankly, they […]
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ICD-10: Have you planned for the aftershock?

Once again, the nation is bracing for the anticipated widespread tremors of the ICD-10 conversion. Assuming the mandate is enforced on October 1, 2015, hospitals are — or had better be — building out their support strategies. Whatever your tactics, don’t underestimate the aftershock. There’s no one-size-fits-all preparedness plan, but we do know one thing […]
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