Open Minds Talks ICD-10—Don’t Panic!
October 2, 2015, Norfolk, VA – Sarah Threnhauser, Executive Vice President of Content Management at Open Minds, wrote an article that mentions Welligent’s September presentation on ICD-10 in California last month. Click HERE to view that presentation and other ICD-10 information. In the article, Sarah discusses the importance of the switch and what it means for providers across the United States. Now that the ICD-10 switch has occurred, behavioral health providers are wondering how they could have better prepared and what they can do now to ease the coding transition. To learn more about the type of information provides in Sarah’s article, read the following exerpt:
Now that October has arrived, it seems unfathomable that organizations wouldn’t already be ready for this change – but many aren’t. The good news for those organizations is that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have announced that they aren’t denying Medicare Part B claims for the first year.
Following the above excerpt, Sarah provides several resources to help ensure that your team is prepared for any ICD-10 challenges. So head over to Open Minds website by clicking HERE and read the rest of Sarah’s article, “Is It Time To Panic?”
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