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Featured Webinar

Featured Webinar

Understanding and Applying ICD-10-CM Circulatory System Coding and Coding Guidelines

March 27, 2014 | 1:00 pm EST

This session will explain the overall arrangement and general coding guidelines as they relate to "Diseases of the Circulatory System.


Countdown to ICD-10 Blog

Somewhere in Time with ICD-10

Countdown to ICD 10 April 16th, 2014 by

How often do you wish for more hours in the day? If you’re like us, it’s a frequent occurrence. And that’s one way to look at the ICD-10 delay – an unexpected chunk of time to allow providers and insurers to fully achieve what they want to accomplish. Admittedly, it’s tempting to wait until another [...]

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The ICD-10 Delay From a Bird’s-Eye View

Countdown to ICD 10 April 9th, 2014 by

To slightly alter an analogy made on The healthcare community’s reaction to the ICD-10 delay is much like that of students hearing that their teacher might postpone the final exam. Those who are unprepared are relieved, those who are ready were annoyed and many took to Twitter to vent (with #NoDelay reportedly logging in [...]

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ICD-10 Delay Vote: A Surprise in Seven Lines

Countdown to ICD 10 April 2nd, 2014 by

The Congressional vote to delay implementation of ICD-10 reportedly came as a surprise to many – to the industry, the Administration and a good number of those who voted on it – as the short blurb popped up in Sustainable Growth Rate legislation. What’s an industry to do? We believe the safest assumption is that [...]

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