Top Five Free Tools for ICD-10 Transition
By Bill Bunker
The goals of the new ICD-10 implementation is to improve payment accuracy, reduce rejected claims, and improve disease monitoring and management. The transition period is anticipated to have a few bumps, as practices will be familiarizing themselves with a new and vastly larger code set.
At Clarity Health, we recently launched ICD-10 codes alongside ICD-9 codes to help our customers transition at their own speed, as payer requirements may vary.
To help prepare, we compiled a list of our favorite free ICD-10 resources for physicians and practice staff:
- ICD-10 Top FAQs: The American Health Information Management Association offers a quick Q&A to answer your top questions.
- ICD-10 Code Structure Basics: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid breakdown the meaning behind ICD-10’s seven digits.
- ICD-10 Provider Readiness Checklist: United Healthcare offers an easy-to-use provider checklist on steps you can take to prepare.
- ICD-10 Crosswalk Tool: Again, United Healthcare offers another useful tool that translates ICD-9 to ICD-10 codes and reverse.
- Most Absurd ICD-10 Codes: Take a breather from the ICD-10 stress and have a laugh at Healthcare Dive’s list of most ridiculous codes!
What is your practice doing to prepare? Do you have favorite tools to add to this list? Comment below or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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