Ready or not, implementation of ICD-10 arrives on October 1, 2015
ICD-10 is designed to improve patient care with its detailed ability to measure
the quality, efficacy, and safety of care. Looking forward, it will advance the
future of healthcare by enhancing research and health-policy decisions. As a means
for better management, ICD-10 will improve clinical, financial, and administrative
performance in a variety of valuable ways. It will reveal important insights about
practice to help for making more informed decisions. It will allow for better resource
allocation by tracking the time spent on procedures and processes. It will also
increase the timeliness of payments by reducing claim denials due to incorrect coding.
Altogether, ICD-10 will be a change that lets you crack the code to a more productive
and profitable practice.
With just few months left to get training and processes in place, medical facilities
and affiliates are scrambling to get ICD-10 ready. At iPatientCare, we do not want
code compliance shifting your focus from patient care. Make sure you swim through
the ICD-10 transition smoothly contact us NOW!
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