HFMA Revenue Cycle Strategist: Training Coders to Transition to ICD-10

With ICD-10 still looming on the horizon, many of us have begun the process of implementation, but there is still much to be done. Some have not begun either and AAPC ICD-10 trainer Jackie Stack, CPC, CPC-I, BSHA wrote that “taking a medical terminology or anatomy and pathophysiology course is a great way to prepare for ICD-10,” in the most recent HFMA Revenue Cycle Strategist.

“Many coding resources are available that will aid the transition to ICD-10,” she continued. “For the training to be successful, it should be completed in phases and at the appropriate time.”

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Read the full version in hard copy version or by subscription in the May issue of the Revenue Cycle Strategist.

One Response to “HFMA Revenue Cycle Strategist: Training Coders to Transition to ICD-10”

  1. Christine Mosconi says:

    This is a super web site for college students going into the Medical Billing and Coding field. Thanks for you up-to-date information.

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