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.
ICD-10 creates challenges for health plans who want to transition successfully from ICD-9 with respect to defining and redefining medical policy. This presentation addresses best practice approaches
ICD-10 implementations, ICD-10 implementation consulting and ICD-10 risk management have been more popular topics on our blog so I am sharing an excerpt of slides I prepared for a recent industry conference near Washington DC the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI).
Some health care organizations are now looking for "...A good ICD-10 project manager..." to lead the ICD-10 effort. This appears for some to be budget driven. Rather than retain an outside consulting firm, some health care companies want a project manager who can deal with the regulatory, payor and provider contracting, physician outreach experience, medical [...]
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