In order to reflect advancements in medical knowledge and technology, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has mandated all health organizations begin use of the ICD-10 code set no later than October 1, 2015. This conversion will require tremendous effort from the health care community. The conversion to ICD-10 is daunting. Due to the numerous upgrades that will be needed to both software systems and manual processes, health care providers must begin preparing now. Those who do not take steps immediately put the stability and financial health of their private practice at risk.
In this white paper from Advanced MD, you’ll learn five critical steps to take now to prepare for the ICD-10 transition.