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ICD-10 Consulting Shift to Testing and Revenue Impacts

ICD-10 consulting will shift to testing and revenue cycle impacts in the next few months. Testing is the only way to ensure business continuity.

ICD-10 Financial Risk Assessment and Data Quality – Why You Need it and How to Get Started

Summary financial risk information Financial impact data by physician, coder , facility, specialty, to prioritize training and staffing decisions Encounter-level analytics to prioritize clinical documentation improvement process, testing, and compliance activities Payor contract data organized by reimbursement variations Code-level analysis to drive remediation Trending and ICD-10 financial risk benchmarks

ICD-10 Implementation Consulting Best Practices

One strategy is to continue to move ahead on ICD-10 process impacts, systems planning, and overall budgets but depending on readiness, get your consulting firm to help with both the requirements documentation and strategies for clinical documentation that don’t’ exist now. Why? The WEDI / NCHICA timeline suggests that health care providers should have started planning for ICD-10 about 18 months before the CMS announcement of a delay.

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ICD-10 Transition Training and Consulting – Speaking from Experience

ICD-10 assessments should start with a thorough understanding of how to communicate, educate, train at all levels. Here are some topics our team can speak to for your organization including “ICD-10 Organization Strategy” and “ICD-10 and Business Continuity Planning” We have given many presentations throughout the US in the past year.