BC Advantage - 2014 Issue 3
5 Simple Steps to Get Your ICD-10 Plan Started
By Jackie GriffinIt's less than 10 months until the ICD-10 deadline, but many providers are finding it difficult to get started with their ICD-10 planning. Others have started their efforts, but a transition of this magnitude can be overwhelming, and many don't know what the next step should be.Whether you're stuck in the middle of planning or still trying to get started, here are five steps to help make your ICD-10 plan more manageable: Identify all the places where your practice uses ICD-9 in current workflow. Some examples of areas where ICD-10 will impact are clinical documentation, EHRs...
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