Infographic | The Risks of ICD-10 for Providers

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In our most recent infographic, we illustrate steps providers should take in order to avoid exposure. - See more at: http://bit.ly/18Fw3fL

In our most recent infographic, we illustrate steps providers should take in order to avoid exposure. - See more at: http://bit.ly/18Fw3fL

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  • 1. ICD-10 Risks & Risk Mitigation for Providers ICD-10 will change everything. Hospital staff across the enterprise will need education to adapt to broad changes in systems, processes and documentation. Every tool, system, report, program, process and interface involving ICD-9 diagnosis or procedure codes must be adapted for ICD-10. If your hospital doesn’t properly prepare you will be at serious risk. The transition to ICD-10 is a lot of work that must be completed by the October 1, 2014 deadline. If you’re not prepared you will experience disruption to claims reimbursement. Don’t expose your hospital. Mitigate the risks of ICD-10 with these recommendations. Understand ICD-10 Requirements Find the Right People Conduct Awareness Training Develop Impact Assessment Project Plan Create a Project Plan and Budget Inventory all systems and contact vendors Identify stakeholders for inclusion in project team Determine potential revenue cycle impacts early on