July 16, 2013
Every tool, system, report, program, process and interface involving ICD-9 diagnosis or procedure codes must be adapted for ICD-10. This includes:
If your hospital doesn’t prepare properly, you will be exposed to several, significant risks, the most important risk being — NO CLAIMS WILL BE PAID AFTER OCTOBER 1, 2014.
It’s important that your hospital take the required steps to minimize the risks that the conversion to ICD-10 imposes — and soon. The deadline for conversion is only 14 months away. While that might seem far away right now, there’s a tremendous amount of work required. Get started now — read our recently published report to initiate your efforts.
Our recent report details the areas at risk in the transition to ICD-10, such as:
The report not only discusses the risks, it also provides detailed information regarding the ways to mitigate the risks to these areas.
Download the ICD-10 Risk Report, to reach a deeper understanding of the risks and risk mitigation methods in order to prepare for and avoid the negative impacts of ICD-10.