ICD-10 Implementation Tracker

ICD-10 Implementation Tracker

It’s time to check your Implementation Tracker to see if there are any check boxes that remain undone. You can be sure that the seven steps preceding ICD-10 implementation are completed for your practice. If there are any items that have not been completed, now is the time. Make sure your practice is as prepared as it can be on October 1. You can do it!

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Rhonda Buckholtz

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Rhonda Buckholtz, CPC, CPMA, CRC, CDEO, CMPE, CHC, COPC, AAPC Approved Instructor, is owner of Coding and Reimbursement Experts. She spends her time helping physician practices achieve operational excellence, compliance, education, and Lean Six Sigma through her consulting. Buckholtz has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare management, compliance, and reimbursement/coding sectors. She was responsible for all ICD-10 training and curriculum at AAPC during the transition from ICD-9. Buckholtz has authored numerous articles for healthcare publications and she has spoken at numerous national conferences for AAPC and others. She is past co-chair for the WEDI ICD-10 Implementation Workgroup, Advanced Payment Models Workgroup, and she provided testimony for ICD-10 and standardization of data for National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics. Buckholtz is on AAPC’s National Advisory Board.

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  1. Lynn Schacht says:

    Is it mandatory that the ICD 10 test is passed by October 1?