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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David Blackmer has been working in healthcare business operations and marketing since early 2008. He has authored and contributed to dozens of industry articles, and he is a regular speaker at various healthcare conferences and other events across the country. He earned his Master of Strategic Communication degree from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, UT.

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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