Tag Archives | ICD-10 PCS

Release of New Codes Coming Down to Wire

Why is it important to take these new code changes seriously? It is extremely important to for coders, but we have to think of opportunities for documentation improvement and physician documentation. For simplicity, we want to minimize errors and maximize output. For many of this year’s code changes, we already see the documentation in record, […]

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C&M Update: Enhancements to ICD-10 Continue

The ICD-10-CM/PCS Coordination and Maintenance (C&M) Committee met this past week, and there were lots of proposed enhancements to the code set presented and discussed. According to the Oxford dictionary, “enhancement” means an increase or improvement in quality, value, or extent. This definition truly describes the efforts of the C&M Committee and those who participate […]

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ICD-10: Good For Starters But Much Work Ahead

As it was billed and touted, ICD-10-CM/PCS gives medical personnel vastly expanded powers of specificity when diagnosing diseases and other health issues. Yet that greatly enhanced specificity comes with a price tag—a transition period that some observers believed could be messy and disruptive.

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5 Steps To Address The Coding Talent Shortage In 2015

Physician groups, hospitals and coding support companies have been gearing up to address the many changes required to meet the challenges of the upcoming conversion to ICD-10-CM/PCS.

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