For Practices, the ICD-10 Rollercoaster Has Just Begun

Date: October 15, 2015 | By: Stacie Bon ICD-10 is finally here! After more than a decade of discussion, delays, and planning, the ICD-10 implementation deadline has officially arrived. Physician practices will now see whether their ICD-10 preparations are adequate, in need of some fine-tuning, or require a complete overhaul. […] Read more »

How to survive the ICD-10 transition if you’re just starting

With less than 30 days until the ICD-10 deadline, physician practices better be ready to use ICD-10 codes. If not, get started. With that timetable in mind, I cribbed and put into a post the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) ABCs of ICD-10 preparation. There are three parts […] Read more »

ICD-10: 5 Ways to Prepare for the Home Stretch

Blog | September 19, 2015 | ICD-10, Operations, Staff By Pam Klugman After much talk and maddening delays, less than 21 days remain before ICD-10 takes effect. Over the past year, medical groups and individual physicians have been working — some methodically, some scrambling — to get ready. Staff has been […] Read more »

Approaching the ICD-10 Implementation with Confidence

Date: July 24, 2015 | By: Mary Jean Sage Here are 11 tips to ensure your practice will be on track for a successful ICD-10 transition come Oct. 1, 2015 and beyond. The deadline for implementing ICD-10 is rapidly approaching.  Providers and practices should be preparing for the transition and […] Read more »

Find the Healthy in YOU!

Date: July 20, 2015 | By: Rebekah J. Simon | Link Being healthy is more than what the scales say. It is not about being skinny or looking good on the outside, but more about what is taking place on the inside. What is your body telling you? Do you […] Read more »