ICD-10 Video Vault

Feds Reject Request to Delay ICD-10

The requirement to use the ICD-10 coding system takes effect Oct. 1, 2014. If your practice hasn’t developed an implementation plan, the time to start is now. The transition to a new coding system will be the most challenging initiative yet since the inception of medical coding. Preparation is more than learning the new code set and upgrading office technology. TMA will be offering a variety of training opportunities including live seminars, hands-on workshops, live and on-demand webinars, and software. In addition to these videos, please check the other ICD-10 transition materials from TMA.

     

 

ICD-10 Transition’s Coming: What Should Docs Do NOW?
Time is on physicians’ side before the mandatory transition to the new ICD-10 medical coding system. Start working on the transition now, advise Steve Arter, CEO of Complete Practice Resources (CPR) and Denny Flint, CEO’s president, to Heather Bettridge, a Texas Medical Association practice management consultant.
 

 

 

Doctor, What’s Your Role in Transitioning to ICD-10?
Ok, doctor, what will YOUR role be in transitioning your medical practice to the new ICD-10 medical coding system? Steve Arter, CEO of Complete Practice Resources (CPR) and Denny Flint, CEO’s president, discuss the situation with Texas Medical Association’s Peggy Pringle, the associate vice president for practice management services.

     

 

What Are the Main Differences Between ICD-9 and ICD-10?
There’s been much buzz about the new ICD-10 medical coding system. But what are the real differences between it and ICD-9? Steve Arter, CEO of Complete Practice Resources (CPR) and Denny Flint, CEO’s president, describe the differences in this interview with Texas Medical Association’s Peggy Pringle, the associate vice president for practice management services. 
 

 

 

What Does the ICD-10 Delay Mean for Medical Practices?
The implementation of the new ICD-10 medical coding system has been delayed until late 2014. Steve Arter, CEO of Complete Practice Resources (CPR) and Denny Flint, CEO’s president, describe what the delay means for medical practices in this interview with Heather Bettridge, a Texas Medical Association practice management consultant.
 

     

 

Doctors - Experts Say Use These Tools to Prep for ICD-10
Common belief is transitioning to the new ICD-10 medical coding system will be confusing. Steve Arter, CEO of Complete Practice Resources (CPR) and Denny Flint, CEO’s president, tell Heather Bettridge, a Texas Medical Association practice management consultant, about some easy-to-use tools to help doctors and other medical professionals train now to help them learn how to ease the transition.
 

 

 

Clearing up the Confusion: ICD-10 Versus ICD-11
There’s a lot of confusion among health care circles about the ICD-10 coding system and ICD-11. Steve Arter, CEO of Complete Practice Resources (CPR) and Denny Flint, CEO’s president, clear up some common questions in this interview with Texas Medical Association’s Peggy Pringle, the associate vice president for practice management services.  
 

     

 

How Will ICD-10 Affect Medical Practices’ Productivity?
The new ICD-10 medical coding system will become mandatory in October, 2014. How will it impact medical practices’ productivity? Steve Arter, CEO of Complete Practice Resources (CPR) and Denny Flint, CEO’s president, say that depends in part upon how ready your medical practice is. They share some predictions in this interview with Texas Medical Association’s Peggy Pringle, the associate vice president for practice management services.
 

 

 

How Will the Rollover to ICD-10 Affect Doctor Office Operations?
Prepare, prepare, prepare. That’s what Steve Arter, CEO of Complete Practice Resources (CPR) and Denny Flint, CEO’s president, advise medical practices to ensure a smoother transition (and less negative impact on practice operations) to the new ICD-10 medical coding system. They share their thoughts with Texas Medical Association’s Peggy Pringle, the associate vice president for practice management services.   
 

     

 

How Can I Prevent the ICD-10 Transition from Hurting My Medical Practice Financially?
Many physicians fear transitioning to the new ICD-10 medical coding system will hurt physicians’ medical practices financially. Steve Arter, CEO of Complete Practice Resources (CPR) and Denny Flint, CEO’s president, say what doctors do now can minimize the hit. They share their thoughts with Heather Bettridge, a Texas Medical Association practice management consultant.
 

 

 

How Should Doctors and Medical Staffs Train for ICD-10?
Steve Arter, CEO of Complete Practice Resources (CPR) and Denny Flint, CEO’s president,  recommend doctors and their medical staffs undergo training to ensure a smoother transition to the new ICD-10 medical coding system. They share their thoughts with Texas Medical Association’s Peggy Pringle, the associate vice president for practice management services.  
 

     

 

Will EHR Vendors Charge Doctors for Building “Crosswalks” Between ICD-9 and ICD-10?
Since the adoption of the new ICD-10 medical coding system is mandatory, will physicians’ electronic health record vendors charge medical practices to help with the transition to the new system? Steve Arter, CEO of Complete Practice Resources (CPR) and Denny Flint, CEO’s president, have answers and suggestions for doctors in this interview with Heather Bettridge, a Texas Medical Association practice management consultant. 

 

 

ICD-10 Transition Software Demo
This easy-to-use electronic ICD-9 to ICD-10 GEMs mapping system is designed to create awareness and train staff now on the new code structure and dramatic differences in specificity and chart documentation. The tool will help you quickly and easily identify which ICD-10 codes replace the ICD-9 codes your practice uses now. 

 


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