ICD-10

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    We’re back with Part 3 in our series on ICD-10-CM code changes, which are fast approaching implementation date. If you missed our earlier posts, be sure to read Part 1 and Part 2 to get the jumpstart you need to keep your claims on track   Read more..
    Posted on 24 Sep, 2018
    Gear Up for 2019 ICD-10-CM Code Changes – Part 3
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    If you’re just joining our overview of ICD-10-CM code changes for 2019, you might want to back up and start at the beginning of this series. In Part 1, we address code changes that will primarily affect cardiology and emergency medicine, but these changes are   Read more..
    Posted on 18 Sep, 2018
    Gear Up for 2019 ICD-10-CM Code Changes—Part 2
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    Be sure to stay tuned for this four-part series to get up to speed on all the coding details you need to nail down the 2019 ICD-10-CM code changes! Well folks, it’s that time of year again. October 1st is right around the corner. With new   Read more..
    Posted on 13 Sep, 2018
    Gear Up for 2019 ICD-10-CM Code Changes
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    Tips: Keep proper documentation, adopt changes, train, retrain, and audit. If your practice is plugging along successfully, but your revenue is still in a slump, take a look at your coding situation. Improper coding, inexperienced coders, and the lack of updated training and resources are likely   Read more..
    Posted on 6 Sep, 2018
    Focus on These 3 Key Areas to Make Way to Accurate Claims
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    A happy patient—one well pleased with the patient experience—is a practice builder. How’s your patient roster holding up? Are you obtaining new patients? Are your existing patients satisfied? Improving patient satisfaction starts with the provider. While it certainly doesn’t end with the provider, as each member   Read more..
    Posted on 13 Apr, 2018
    The Patient Experience—It’s Your Bottom Line, Part II
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    Money can’t buy happiness, but happiness can—and does—make money. Patient satisfaction pays. In the wake of healthcare reform and its focus on patient-centered care, today’s patients are choosing happiness. Elevated to the role of consumer, they’re now in the driver’s seat. Patients are looking at   Read more..
    Posted on 5 Apr, 2018
    The Patient Experience—It’s Your Bottom Line, Part I
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    MACRA stress is—and has been—high. Last year’s AMA/ KPMG survey reported that fewer than one of four physicians had perceived themselves as "well prepared" to meet MACRA’s Quality Payment Program (QPP) reporting requirements in 2017. Ninety percent of the physicians surveyed had considered the requirements   Read more..
    Posted on 19 Mar, 2018
    MIPS: How Hard Is Hard? CMS Wants to Know
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    If it happens, it won’t happen soon, not until 2019 or 2020—but happen, it may. MIPS could be repealed. The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC) voted 14-2 to ask Congress to repeal and replace MIPS. Who or what is MedPAC? MedPAC is an independent legislative body established in   Read more..
    Posted on 14 Mar, 2018
    MIPS is on the Chopping Block—and Just When You Thought You Might Get the Knack of It
  • Posted on 25 Apr, 2017
    Let’s Work to End Malaria For Good!
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    Have you updated your reporting of malignant carcinoid tumors, viral hepatitis, GIST or ovarian cyst coding?
    You haven’t had to deal with annual ICD-10-CM updates until Oct. 1, 2016. Now that the changes are effective, ensure your lab is on top of the latest changes. Take a look at how the first annual update in the ICD-10 Manual affects your pathology/lab coding   Read more..
    Posted on 10 Feb, 2017
    Key ICD-10 Changes That Impact Pathology/Lab Coding in 2017

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