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.
Preparing for ICD - 10 in Less Than 120 Days: Critical Activities Checklist July 2015
Utilize this checklist of critical activities to perform in the run-up to the October 1, 2015 implementation date.
Financial Impact of ICD-9 to ICD-10 DRG Shifts July 2015
The financial impact of the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 can be found in the analysis of patient claims data.
Preparing for ICD-10 and IPPS Payment Changes July 2015
The way today’s healthcare regulatory environment is impacting the world of Inpatient Reimbursement, one may feel as though their financial ground is shifting like sand. If a major portion of your inpatient revenue comes from Medicare reimbursement under the CMS Acute Care Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS), this whitepaper will illustrate some key adjustments you are facing, with concrete examples based on real data.
A Journey on the Road to ICD-10 Preparedness June 2015
A provider shares tips on preparing for ICD-10 implementation. Key components for a successful ICD-10 implementation will be shared as well as discussion around the technology aspects to achieve ICD-10 readiness.
ICD-10 Speakers Bureau May 2015
To help you with your ICD-10 transition, members of the HIMSS ICD-10 Task Force are available to share their knowledge and experience on ICD-10 implementation. Should you be interested in inviting a speaker to present to your organization, please contact Pam Jodock at firstname.lastname@example.org or (312) 507-9924.
As a benefit of membership, HIMSS Corporate Members are invited to share thought leadership pieces on topics of their choice. The views and opinions expressed in these White Papers are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of HIMSS.
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.
The revisions are meant to provide more robust explanations for the ICD-10 reporting and auditing requirements, effective October 1st.
As the provider community prepares for the transition to ICD-10, CMS offers flexibility on quality reporting and claims auditing for requirements.
CMS is accepting additional July volunteers from May 11 through 22, 2015. Don’t miss your chance to participate in end-to-end testing with Medicare prior to the October 1, 2015, implementation date.