Infographic: Myths & Facts of ICD-10

With ICD-10 fast approaching, you may be hearing how difficult the transition will be on Oct 1, 2015. Before you worry too much, you might want to read our infographic, Myths & Facts of ICD-10. It will help bring clarity to the misinformation surrounding the impending healthcare update.

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Alex McKinley

Alex McKinley

Alex McKinley is AAPC’s senior marketing communications manager. Prior to his work at AAPC he worked in the tax and accounting industry. He received his bachelor's degree in Mass Communications (Public Relations Emphasis) from the University of Utah.
Alex McKinley

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Alex McKinley is AAPC’s senior marketing communications manager. Prior to his work at AAPC he worked in the tax and accounting industry. He received his bachelor's degree in Mass Communications (Public Relations Emphasis) from the University of Utah.

2 Responses to “Infographic: Myths & Facts of ICD-10”

  1. Charlene Phillips says:

    I have been saying for a couple years that this transition will not be as difficult as some may have been led to believe. But, let’s face it, many groups and organizations have hyped the change (Over 70,000 codes! Costs will be $60,000.00 or more for a small practice! Documentation demands will multiply exponentially!) in order to sell their coding and documentation tools to the medical community. Now that the change is imminent, I think practices will see that it won’t be a cataclysmic event, and that with some careful planning the transition will not be a huge burden. I support the change, and think that it will improve documentation, however, I do not believe it will improve reimbursements, or particularly improve patient outcomes as I’ve recently read in some articles and publications.

  2. Susan Lariviere says:

    Have there been any change/updates to the ICD-10 code set? Is the 2014 draft copy current?

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