Tuesday, January 22, 2013
WHAT TO DO FIRST IN ICD-10 PREPARATION
Don’t let the Oct. 1, 2014, implementation date lull you into complacency. As we’ve worked to convince the feds for years now, switching to the new ICD-10 coding system will be a lot of work for physicians’ practices. Get a head start on the planning process at noon Central Time on Jan. 30 with TMA’s live webinar, ICD-10 Starts With Physicians: A Primer for Beginning the Process. You’ll get an overview of the new coding standard, learn the differences from ICD-9, and pick up direction for the first steps you should take. I also suggest you watch the first of our free ICD-10 video series, in which TMA Practice Management Consultant Heather Bettridge sits down with Steve Arter, the chief executive officer of Complete Practice Resources (CPR), and CPR President Denny Flint to get their take on the key steps physicians should be taking now.
Posted by Steve Levine at 12:33 PM