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HIS Orthopedic eNewsletter- April 2013


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HIS Orthopedic eNewsletter- April 2013

  1. 1. April 2013In This Issue1.1HIS at AAOE1.2EHR a Money Loser- Or Is It? HIS at AAOE HIS will be at the AAOE 2013 Conference from April 28th­ 30th. If you’re -2.3 planning on attending, come visit us at booth #107.OrthopedicCoding Changes Additionally, our CEO Dave Wold, will bein ICD-10 {List} presenting an Educational Session on Enhancing the Profitability of Your Orthopaedic Practice.2.4Webinar For details on anything and everythingRecording & HIS at AAOE related visit our AAOESlides: ICD­10­CM Webpage.101 EHR a Money Loser - Or Is It? HealthLeaders Media has reported on a recent study that was conducted on whether or not the conversion from paper records to Electronic Health Records (EHR) is cost effective. The study was based on data received by surveying 49 community medical practices of various sizes and specialties in the state of Massachusetts. We shared our thoughts on this study. Click here to read the full article.(855) RING-HIS350 S. NorthwestHighway Suite 200Park Ridge, IL
  2. 2. Orthopedic Coding Changes in ICD-10 {List} All health care providers are required to move from ICD­ to ICD­ 0 by October 1, 9 1 2014. ICD­ 0 will replace and update the 1 current ICD­ system and has two parts. In 9 this blog post, we list orthopedic coding changes in ICD­ 0. 1 Click here to read the full article. Webinar Recording & Slides: ICD-­ 0-­ M 101 1 C ICD-­ 0-­ M is coming for all providers in October, 2014, but will you be 1 C ready? Listen as HIS’s own Lynn Anderanin, AHIMA ICD-­ 0-­ M Certified Trainer, 1 C presents on an Introduction to ICD-­ 0-­ M. 1 C This recording will concentrate on sharing an overall view of ICD­ 10­ - CM. You will gain an understanding of the differences between ICD-­ 9 and ICD-­ 0, which will enable you to start planning and thinking about 1 how it will affect your work. Most importantly, you will walk away with a checklist of what needs to be reviewed to prepare. Click here to access the recording and slides now. Have Questions? We’re happy to help. Healthcare Information Services (HIS) (855) RING-HIS 350 S. Northwest Highway, Suite 200 Park Ridge, IL 60068 www.healthinfoservice.comHEALTHCARE INFORMATION SERVICES, L.L.C