Just the Facts- Meaningful Use Stage 2 & ICD 10

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Attend this hard hitting session where Rebecca Wiedmeyer, President of Vela Consulting Group will share her experiences helping hundreds of covered entities understand and address MU 2. In addition she will provide answers to the complexity of addressing ICD 10.

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Rebecca Wiedmeyer, President of Vela Consulting Group

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Marc Haskelson, President, The Compliancy Group LLC.

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Just the Facts- Meaningful Use Stage 2 & ICD 10

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  2. 2. Meaningful Use Stage 2 and ICD-10: What Lies Ahead Rebecca Wiedmeyer CEO of Vela Consulting Group, LLC Sponsored by:
  3. 3. CMS says: ●  Measures focused on more rigorous health information exchange (HIEs) ●  Additional requirements for e-prescribing and incorporating lab results Meaningful Use Stage 2
  4. 4. CMS says: ●  Electronic transmissions of patient care summaries across multiple settings ●  Increased patient and family engagement Meaningful Use Stage 2
  5. 5. 17 Core objectives (opposed to 13 in MU Stage 1) 3 of 6 Menu objectives (opposed to 5 of 10 in MU Stage 1) =20 Total + CQM MU Stage 2 Requirements
  6. 6. ●  CPOE ●  e-Prescribing ●  Demographics ●  Vital signs ●  Smoking Status ●  Clinical Decision Support Core Measures
  7. 7. ●  Ability for patients to see certain aspects of their health record (portal or PHR) ●  Protected EHR/Secure technology ●  Integrated lab results ●  Patient lists by conditions Core Measures
  8. 8. ●  Analytics for preventative and follow-up care ●  Patient Education materials ●  Medication Reconciliation ●  Summary of care per transfer or referral ●  Immunization registries ●  Bilateral communication tool for MDs/ patients Core Measures
  9. 9. Example: CPOE ●  60% of Medications ●  30% of Labs ●  30% of Imaging Studies Attestation - MDs Must Make the Numbers for 90 days
  10. 10. Begins in 2014 Runs until 2016 Must use a certified EHR Must complete attestation form and submit (e.g. simply running reports will not suffice) Attestation
  11. 11. ●  International Classification of Diseases (ICD) has been used since 1979 ●  Current code set is ICD-9, consisting of diagnosis codes (ICD-9 CM) ●  In 1994, the World Health Organization approved ICD-10. ICD-10: History
  12. 12. ICD-10 consists of two code sets: ●  ICD-10 CM codes - Diagnosis ●  ICD-10 PCS codes - Procedures In 2008, the Department of Health and Human Services determined that the US was ready to adopt ICD-10 ICD-10: History
  13. 13. ●  Recent legislation has delayed compliance until the end of 2015, no firm date has been announced. ●  ICD-10 compliance is a requirement for Meaningful Use Stage 2. ICD-10: Current State
  14. 14. ICD-9 =13,000 CM codes ICD-10 = 68,000 CM codes ICD-10 = 72,000 PCS codes ICD-9 Versus ICD-10
  15. 15. ICD-9 codes are 3-5 characters in length ICD-10 codes are 5-7 characters in length *ICD-10 CM codes will be used in the Inpatient and Outpatient spaces, but PCS codes will only be used in the IP space. ICD-9 Versus ICD-10
  16. 16. ●  More specificity ●  Less gratuitous procedures ordered ●  Tracking and reporting for grants and public health initiatives ●  Globalization: other countries are already using ICD-10 ICD-10: Pros
  17. 17. ●  Loss of productivity Coders, MDs, Billing, IT ●  Revenue impact Some healthcare facilities are predicting up to a 70% revenue loss ICD-10: Cons
  18. 18. ●  Electronic system readiness - work with vendors ●  Update paper processes and content ●  Communicate across organization or clinic Risk Mitigation
  19. 19. ●  Test, test, test! ●  Train and retrain staff and clinicians ●  Confirm coders are certified in ICD-10 ●  Create and leverage a strong project plan Risk Mitigation
  20. 20. ●  Create/run reports both before and after ICD-10 to monitor areas of weakness ●  Plan for and utilize a strong support model for the time of ICD-10 “go-live” ●  Engage Legal and Compliance ●  Select project “champions” Risk Mitigation
  21. 21. For further information, go to www.cms.gov Questions?
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