Five Simple Strategies for ICD-10

Five Simple Strategies for ICD-10

Rhonda Buckholtz, CPC, CPMA, CPC-I, CHPSE, CENTC, COBGC, CPEDC, CGSC, vice president of ICD-10 Education and Training at AAPC, presents five simple strategies for implementing ICD-10, which is expected to be implemented Oct. 1, 2o15, in ICD-10 Monitor.

In the article, she outlines five approaches providers, practice managers, coders, and billers can use to assure readiness for the new codeset. Approaches include training staff members, working with payers, and reviewing processes. Find details in the article.

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Brad Ericson

Brad Ericson

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Brad Ericson, MPC, CPC, COSC, has been publisher for more than nine years. Before AAPC he was at Optum for 13 years and at Aetna Health Plans before that. He has been writing and publishing about healthcare since 1979. He received his Bachelor's in Journalism from Idaho State University and his Master's of Professional Communication degree from Westminster College of Salt Lake City.
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Brad Ericson, MPC, CPC, COSC, has been publisher for more than nine years. Before AAPC he was at Optum for 13 years and at Aetna Health Plans before that. He has been writing and publishing about healthcare since 1979. He received his Bachelor's in Journalism from Idaho State University and his Master's of Professional Communication degree from Westminster College of Salt Lake City.

4 Responses to “Five Simple Strategies for ICD-10”

  1. Kimberly Helt says:

    I do not understand why I am not allowed to open this document to read. It keeps bringing me back to the main screen on this page. Just thought you would like to know. It does, however, sound to be an interesting article.

    Thanks,

    Kim Helt, CPC

  2. Phyllis says:

    Does anyone know if there will be a “Grace” period for becoming I-10 certified after 10/1/15 for those who are not I-9 CPC certified?

  3. Sandi Webb says:

    I’m with Kimberly, cannot read the article. Please link it. Thanks.

  4. Kathy says:

    Click on the blue ICD10 in far right last line of description-that opened it for me

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