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Case Study outlines ICD-10 Mapping Simplification & Business Rule Transition with Infosys iTransform™ Product

Case Study outlines ICD-10 Mapping Simplification & Business Rule Transition with Infosys iTransform™ Product

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    Case Study - ICD 10 Compliance Blue Cross Blue Shield Plan Case Study - ICD 10 Compliance Blue Cross Blue Shield Plan Document Transcript

    • HealthcareCase Study A Blue Cross Blue Shield Plan ICD-10 Mapping Simplification & Business Rule Transition with Infosys iTransform™ Product www.infosyspublicservices.com
    • Business Situation By October 1, 2014, healthcare organizations covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) are required to use the International Classification of Diseases - 10 (ICD-10) for all business transactions that contain any diagnosis or procedures information. The transition exercise is a complex process. Realizing success with the The Client ICD-10 transition requires healthcare organizations to adopt a solution that can help them gain business agility, lower the transition risk, reduce cost and effort, and innovate for market differentiation. As part of the ICD-10 migration program, the client wanted to create ICD-9 to 10 custom maps by overriding the CMS General Equivalence Mappings (GEMs), which could help them convert their existing ICD-9 based business rules and clinical policies to clinically equivalent A BlueCross BlueShield Plan, ICD-10 codes. The client also sought a solution that would not only simplify the mapping complexities but also help maintain the maps part of a family of companies created in a common repository for enterprise-wide use and easy that finances and delivers reference across their business units. The client engaged Infosys Public health care services and long Services (Infosys) to incorporate its proprietary iTransform™ product term care insurance. into its healthcare management portfolio to ensure a clinically accurate transition of the existing ICD-9 based business rules to ICD-10. Infosys Solution Infosys worked with the client from a very early stage to determine their transition approach, strategy and challenges. To define the right solution, Infosys conducted proper due-diligence through proof-of-concepts and workshops involving the program leaderships and end-users. This helped Infosys articulate the product fit and customization required to best suit the business needs, automate the code translation exercise, and address all crosswalk requirements at the enterprise level seamlessly. Along with the product implementation, Infosys also helped the client with necessary training and support to ensure a hassle free transition with least disruption to business continuity. Infosys iTransform™ product components implemented for ICD-10 transition helped the client with the following capabilities: • iTransform™ Code Helper, a comprehensive knowledge repository of ICD-10 codes, helped end-users in easy understanding of the detailed and diversified new coding system. The component provided accurate knowledge of each character definition of the ICD-10 codes, its increased granularity, laterality, specificity, associated coding guidelines etc., which were pre-requisites for defining the correct ICD-10 mapping. • iTransform™ Mapping+ component was leveraged to evaluate the CMS GEMs and override these to establish necessary business specific custom maps. The direction agnostic and group mapping functionality of the product helped business users in determining the right ICD-10 codes for clinically appropriate translation of the business rules. The robust rules engine contributed significantly in automating the mapping process. The code management feature further eased the maintenance of the mapped code sets.2 | Infosys Public Services
    • Implementing Infosys’ iTransform™ product and services for ICD-10 mapping delivered severalkey business benefits to the client: Accurate mapping1 Well-defined framework, robust rules engine, ability to analyze and override GEMs and tight governance process helped develop clinically accurate ICD-9 to 10 mapping and vice-versa Reduced coder training effort and increased proficiency2 Through easy-to-use, self-learning training component Reduction in project cycle time and fast-track compliance3 Through automated one-shot conversion of a range of ICD-9 codes in the business rules to clinically equivalent ICD-10 codes Infosys Public Services | 3
    • About Infosys Public ServicesInfosys Public Services is a U.S. based subsidiary of Infosys (NASDAQ: INFY),a global business consulting & technology services company.Infosys Public Services helps Healthcare & Public sector clients totransform, innovate and optimize their organizations to build tomorrow’senterprise. We blend 30 years of commercial best practices withinnovative industry solutions, best-of-breed partner content and provenexecution to deliver measurable business value with predictability.For more information, contact askus@infosyspublicservices.com www.infosyspublicservices.com© 2012 Infosys Public Services, Plano, Texas, USA. Infosys Public Services believes the information in this publication is accurate as of its publication date; such information is subject to changewithout notice. Infosys Public Services acknowledges the proprietary rights of the trademarks and product names of other companies mentioned in this document.