Despite the uncertainty surrounding the implementation date for ICD-10, HIMSS remains committed to providing the industry with the tools and resources to ensure successful transition. The HIMSS ICD-10 PlayBook contains tools, guidelines, and information to help with your ICD-10 implementation.
The ICD-10 PlayBook provides critical information, resources, and toolkits to assist hospitals, ambulatory centers, practitioners, and their staff in transitioning to ICD-10.
Interactive Step-by-Step Guide to ICD-10 Transition Sept 2015
This tool was developed by HIMSS ICD-10 Task Force members to assist healthcare providers who have not yet completed the transition to the ICD-10 code set.
ICD-10 It's Not Just Healthcare Claims You Need to Think About Sept 2015
As the nation prepares to transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 one of the least talked about areas of impact will be Property and Casualty (P&C) and Workers’ Compensation (WC) claims. Whereas all government and commercial health insurance carriers and providers are required to make the move to ICD-10 on October 1, 2015, the same is not true of P&C and WC carriers.
Improving Revenue Cycle Through Clinical Documentation Excellence Sept 2015
The University of Mississippi Medical Center implemented a Clinical Document Excellence Program in their facility. This presentation shows the steps taken and the successful outcomes achieved.
Preparing for ICD - 10 in Less Than 120 Days: Critical Activities Checklist Jul 2015
Utilize this checklist of critical activities to perform in the run-up to the October 1, 2015 implementation date.
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The ICD-10 National Pilot Program, an industry-wide healthcare collaborative effort co-led by HIMSS and WEDI, was established in 2013 to develop a standard set of testing scenarios for the healthcare community and to identify an "asynchronous" testing model for small and large organizations who must test for ICD-10. The goal is for you to begin testing early and remediate your systems well in advance of the compliance date.
HIMSS releases an interactive, step-by-step tool to assist with the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10.
The effects of ICD-10 implementation are broad and deep. Getting ICD-10 right at the beginning of the revenue cycle will make the entire process less daunting.
As the nation prepares to transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 one of the least talked about areas of impact will be Property and Casualty (P&C) and Workers’ Compensation (WC) claims.