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New Seminar: ICD-10 Now! How and Why
This three-hour workshop offers a detailed look at everything physicians need to know and do to prepare for ICD-10. The presentation begins with an overview of ICD-10, then delves into real-world explanations of how to assess your practice's readiness, plan, and implement a successful transition.

The workshop covers policies, procedures, processes, relationships with other organizations, and information systems and technology. Attendees will receive forms and questionnaires to help create an ICD-10 transition plan. Remember, being ready for ICD-10 will take time to work out; some changes will take more than a year to resolve. Every office process will need to change — the prepared office will succeed! Once you learn the pitfalls, you can begin to prevent problems. For many, the two most important takeaways will be (1) an understanding of what questions remain to be answered to assess ICD-10 readiness, and (2) how to engage physicians in starting the process.
 

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