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Free Webinar: How to Prepare for ICD-10 NOW
Rhonda Buckholtz, CPC, CPMA, CPC-I, CENTC, CGSC, COBGC, CPEDC
- Presentation Length: 30 minutes
If you’re not prepared for ICD-10 implementation, it’s not too late. In our free webinar,
How to Prepare for ICD-10 NOW, we’ll help you streamline your ICD-10 processes with proven strategies. Learn the key components of a successful lCD-10 implementation plan and strategies for proper implementation. Find out how ICD-10 will impact each
role within your office and how delegating to staff members can ease the effort. We want to help you prepare for ICD-10 with a successful, strategic implementation plan that encompasses your entire practice.
Let us put you on the road towards a successful implementation and management on Oct 1, 2015.
You Will Learn:
- The impact of ICD-10 in a typical provider’s office.
- Examples of how ICD-10 will challenge your practice with practical solutions.
- Strategic goals to help your office be successful on Oct 1, 2015.
Event registrants who complete the viewing of the webinar will also receive $500 worth of free ICD-10 resources, including:
- ICD-10 Training Implementation Manual
The ICD-10 Implementation Training Manual includes more than 150 pages of guidance, instruction, and resources that can help you prepare for the final countdown to ICD-10 implementation.
- ICD-10 Crosswalks
Get a head start on ICD-10 and learn how it will impact your practice’s top 50 most frequently used codes with these quick-reference cards. AAPC has crosswalked the top 50 ICD-9-CM codes to the latest ICD-10-CM codes for your specialty so you can begin consideration for documentation and superbill changes, and get a jump on the 2015 implementation.
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About The Presenter
Rhonda Buckholtz, CPC, CPMA, CPC-I, CGSC, COBGC, CPEDC, CENTC, is the Vice President of Business and Member Development for the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). A seasoned coder and coding educator, she previously served the AAPC as director of local chapter relations and as a member of the organization’s National Advisory Board. She is a certified coder and PMCC coding instructor, and speaks frequently at coding conferences. She is the owner of Coding and Reimbursement Experts, and teaches coding at the Venango campus of Clarion University. Prior to her employment with the AAPC, Ms. Buckholtz was administrator for Wolf Creek Medical Associates, managing a five location multi-specialty practice and was business manager at an otolaryngology practice.