• ICD-10 Resource Center

    ICD-10 Coding Takes Effect Oct. 1, 2015

    The requirement to use the ICD-10 coding system now takes effect Oct. 1, 2015. H.R. 4302, which contained a provision to delay ICD-10 implementation, was passed despite adamant decrees from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) that there would be no further delays. While the extension to October 1, 2015 offers some practices much needed breathing room, now is not the time to tap the brakes; preparation and education is as important as ever. Implementation strategies should be initiated now.


    Specialty- Specific ICD-10 Documentation Training

    Now available! Three-hour online courses. Choose from 21 medical specialties to learn physician documentation tailored to your practice type. Each physician-developed course shows you critical documentation elements you'll need to maintain payment under ICD-10. In addition, these courses look at the top clinical conditions for each specialty with emphasis on their associated documentation and coding requirements. Complete this online documentation training now! Use coupon code 10DOCTMA and save $100 on the registration.

    • 3-hour online course (choose from 21 specialties) 
    • Taught by a physician and from a provider’s perspective 
    • Reviews case examples for top clinical conditions (per specialty) 
    • CME Credit: Approved for three (3) AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ Sponsored by AAPC 

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