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March 2013 Ortho eNews


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March 2013 Ortho eNews

  1. 1. March 2013In This Issue1.1WebinarRecording &Slides: ICD-10-CM101 Webinar Recording & Slides: ICD-10-CM 1011.2How to Prepare ICD-10-CM is coming for all providers in October, 2014, but will you befor ICD-10 ready?(Education, Costs,Preparedness, Listen as HIS’s own Lynn Anderanin, AHIMA ICD-10-CM Certified Trainer,Revenue) presents on an Introduction to ICD-10-CM. This recording will concentrate on sharing an overall view of ICD-10- CM. You will gain an understanding of the differences between ICD-92.3 and ICD-10, which will enable you to start planning and thinking about7 Tips for how it will affect your work. Most importantly, you will walk away with aEntrepreneurial checklist of what needs to be reviewed to prepare.OrthopedicSurgeons to Stay Click here to access the recording and slides now.Independent2.47 Ways to MaintainPatient Interaction How to Prepare for ICD-10 (Education,in the Age of the Costs, Preparedness, Revenue)EHR ICD-10 is the 10th revision for the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems and is set to replace ICD-9 on October 1, 2014 due to a one- year delay. That extra 12 months allows time to figure out how to prepare for ICD-10 and the changes that will come as a result of the update.(855) RING-HIS Click here to read the full article.350 S. NorthwestHighway Suite 200Park Ridge, IL
  2. 2. 7 Tips for Entrepreneurial Orthopedic Surgeons to Stay Independent In order to stay independent from a hospital or other major medical institution, there are certain things that you’ll need to do. In the article, we outline some practical tips that we recommend you follow. Click here to read the full article. 7 Ways to Maintain Patient Interaction in the Age of the EHR A common criticism of EMR (electronic medical records) use in medical practices is that it causes doctors to become less engaged and impersonal. This causes frustration for all parties - patients and physicians - because doctors didn’t sign up for computer duty and patients expect a doctor’s full attention during visits. Software Advice, a website that reviews medical software, recently did a survey on how to improve doctor-patient interactions in the EMR era. They listed the top seven tips received on maintaining quality relationships. Click here to read this article. 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