Tuesday, July 7, 2015

ICD-10 Coding Issues

Organized medicine has had some recent success with CMS.  CMS has agreed to not penalize providers who do not use ICD-10 coding accurately.  This was in the face of their previous refusal to postpone implementation of it's implementation this October 2015.  Despite their reticence, organized medicine mounted an offensive to convince CMS otherwise.  CMS relented somewhat to accomodate organized medicine's advice to  slow down the process so that   providers can learn the new system.

Many large groups and hospitals have in place their ICD-10 EMRs.  Larger institutions have IT support staff dedicated to these issues. The steady mounting requirements for meaningful us also placed a burden on smaller to medium sized medical practices.

For those of  you  who wish to learn more about ICD-10 conversion, attend this webinar
64 East Main Street, Freehold NJ 07728             Phone: (732) 817 9475 or (800) 479 4875

July 7, 2015


Join Dr. Gerald Meltzer, our medical director for a demonstration of iMedicWare’s implementation of 
ICD10 coding.  He will be discussing:

1. Fundamentals of ICD-10 Coding
2. Tips on how you can prepare for ICD-10 conversion
3. New CMS flexibility rules concerning ICD-10 coding
4. iMedicWare’s ICD-9 to 10 Crosswalk
5. Converting ICD-9 codes to ICD-10 codes
6. Using IMW for ICD-10 coding.

The presentation will take approximately 45 minutes with approximately 15 minutes for questions.  For those of you who can’t make the presentation - it will be recorded for you to review at a later time.

For your convenience, there will be two presentations on Thursday July 16, 2015, one at noon the other at 7 pm (all times are Eastern Time Zone).

Registration Link
Thursday July 16th
12:00 Noon -1:00 PM EDT
Thursday July 16th
7:00 P - 8:00

Participants can use their computer’s microphone and speakers (VoIP) or telephone.


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