Tag Archives: ICD-10 Training

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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Countdown to ICD-10 compliance: Why KPIs and provider relations matter

It seems like we’ve been talking about ICD-10 for a long time now and in fact, we have. There are just a few months separating payers, providers — and even patients — from the changes that will arrive with the October 1, 2015, compliance deadline. The limitations of decades old coding will finally give way […]
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Take Your ICD-10 Training Efforts to the Next Level

When it comes to ICD-10, we are truly all in it together. The interconnectedness of the people and processes across the health system—from patient intake through final payment—means everyone and everything is impacted in ways big and small by the new coding standard. In April, we offered some advice for planning a comprehensive ICD-10 training […]
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ICD-10 Ready: Don’t overlook the importance of enterprise-wide training

Eighteen months is a lifetime. What do you remember about October 2011? Google reminded me that, among other things, the movie Moneyball was in theaters and, speaking of baseball, the Saint Louis Cardinals won the World Series that month.