Physicians Practice: Keep Your Medical Practice in the Black During the ICD-10 Transition

ICD-10 implementation has caused a good deal of financial concern for many practices. Preparation is the key to surviving the transition, and ultimately benefiting from fairer reimbursement in the long run. A recent Physicians Practice article quoted one of AAPC’s ICD-10 trainers, Brenda Edwards, CPC, CPB, CPMA, CPC-I, CEMC, on what practices should be doing now.

“I’m frightened when a practice tells me that they plan to start training in August,” she says. “That’s too late. You need to begin training earlier to allow time to become proficient before [the Oct. 1, 2014 deadline].”

Read the full article.

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One Response to “Physicians Practice: Keep Your Medical Practice in the Black During the ICD-10 Transition”

  1. carla Torres says:

    Quiero ser parte del equipo de mujeres exitosas. En este campo

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