PROGRAM DESCRIPTION ICD-10 replaced ICD-9 on October 1, 2015. ICD-9 codes are no longer accepted. Every survey of physician readiness for the new coding system has demonstrated a lack of ...
ICD-10 replaced ICD-9 on October 1, 2015. ICD-9 codes are no longer accepted. Every survey of physician readiness for the new coding system has demonstrated a lack of preparedness that reflects an inadequate buy-in from physicians who many believe is a "useless transition that will result in the collection of large volumes of data that will eventually be used against them." Healthcare Informatics Three things are clear. First, ICD-10 is here to stay. Second, physicians don't understand the what, why and how to of the new system. Third, there is no alternative, all physicians will have to become proficient in the new coding system. What is ICD-10?How will it affect patient outcomes?The why, what and how will it be used of data collection?How to code using your EHR or mobile apps?How to make sure you being paid correctly?It is not too late to catch up. Your ability to maintain your revenue cycle begins with an acceptance of what has already been decided. This course will help with that acceptance and then will instruct you what needs to be done to prepare.The video tutorial is divided into 20 – 30 minute segments to enhance the learning experience. It can be viewed on any smart device an unlimited number of times, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.Go here to see other modules in The Business of Medicine Program.
After participating in the activity, the participant will demonstrate the ability to:Discuss the goals of ICD-10.Demonstrate ICD-10 coding with mobile apps.Discuss the lessons learned from the early adoption program.Analyze the structure of ICD-10 codes.Interpret a charges/collections statement to determine the effects on revenue cycle.
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