I-10 Transmission Troubles? CMS Wants to Hear from You

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Despite successful testing, claim transmission problems may persist as ICD-10 continues to be implement. The Centers for Medicare & Medicare Services (CMS) is anxious to resolve issues as quickly as possible. Report any issues directly to CMS here, by filling in the form.

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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. Ameia Proveaux says:

    I have a question regarding ICD-10 but not sure if this is the place for me to ask it. What is your interpetation of a well child exam with an abnormal finding?
    Thank You,
    Ameia Proveaux

  2. Kevin Novak says:

    As a great deal of our patient have long histories of SUE issues, we are running into an issue with the “in remission” categories allowed in Chapter 5. Many of our providers are trying to use abuse in remission and all resources point them to abuse uncomplicated. I will be going into a meeting October 2718th with the supervisors of our facility and would love to know of your thoughts on how these types of issues should be rectified.