Happy ICD-10 Anniversary!

Happy ICD-10 Anniversary!

  • October 1, 2014

Here's a commemorative cartoon for your office refrigerator!   But don't thank us for it. Thank our colleagues at RelayHealth Financial, where you'll find more revenue cycle management cartoons and expertise on ICD-10 readiness to boot. In fact, RelayHealth Financial's full suite of financial connectivity solutions were ready for ICD-10 -- including support for true end-to-end testing -- a full two years ahead of the U.S. government deadline. So enjoy the anniversary. And hop on over to RelayHealth Financial to learn more about ICD-10 readiness, because the final countdown to ICD-10 has begun.      

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ICD-10 Questions That Still Need Answers

ICD-10 Questions That Still Need Answers

  • October 1, 2014

October 1st was supposed to be the day that ICD-10 went live. Instead, it was delayed as part of the SGR "patch" bill until 2015. RelayHealth's ICD-10 cartoon, "Wait for it ...", added a touch of humor to Carl Natale's commemoration of the launch that wasn't on ICD10Watch. See it here

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A Year Away From ICD-10, What To Do Now To Prepare

A Year Away from ICD-10, What to Do Now to Prepare

  • September 22, 2014

Even though we're a full year away from the ICD-10 deadline, payers and providers should not take an "ICD-10 readiness break." That's according to Josh Berman, Director of Analytics and ICD-10 at RelayHealth Financial, who shared his three steps to ICD-10 preparedness -- readiness, transparency, and testing -- with Becker's Hospital Review readers. Read the full story

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ICD-10 Is Around The Corner, For Real This Time

ICD-10 is Around the Corner, for Real This Time

  • September 18, 2014

Josh Berman, Director of Analytics and ICD-10 at RelayHealth Financial, tells McKnight's why the ICD-10 delay is not a license to sit back and relax. Providers need to continue testing or get moving now if they haven't started, or risk not being ready to go next October. Aside from testing, Berman urges providers to get their coders trained "asap." Read the full article here

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