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ICD-10 IQ Center


ICD-10 IQ Center
17 Main Street
Topsfield, MA 01983 United States
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Website: http://www.medicalproductguide.com/showcases/7/icd-10-iq-center
Company Type: Private
Woman Owned: No
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ICD-10 Milestones
The what-to-do-when timeline for making the ICD-10 transition should be a useful guide. If you haven't yet started, you're already behind schedule. Don't panic, but do act. We've prepared the timeline for a practice that is still in its early preparation stages, but that doesn't mean you aren't in much better shape for having started earlier this year. If you've begun making preparations, use the list to check your progress.
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Preparing Your Practice for ICD-10
Preparing Your Practice for ICD-10 from The Journal of Medical Practice Management provides actionable insight to providers on how to become ICD-10 compliant, with suggestions such as identifying how different areas of your business could be impacted by ICD-10 and how to establish new processes to avoid reimbursement delays.
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Commonsense Approach to ICD-10 Implementation
Implementation of the ICD-10-CM coding classification has been an on-again, off-again proposition but the new date could be October 1, 2014, or later. The fact is, no one is certain about the date of the future ICD-10 implementation, so perhaps the smartest choice for providers is to proceed with steps to continue their ICD-10 implementation. This article, from The Journal of Medical Practice Management, will take a look at a sensible approach to implementation.
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Keeping Up with ICD-10: Will the Extension Stick?
The idea of keeping up with ICD-10 has had its ups and downs amid rumors of extensions and even skipping it to go directly to ICD-11. With the recent implementation deadline extended by the Department of Health and Human Services to October 2015, healthcare providers should be continuing with their ICD-10 implementation planning. This article, from The Journal of Medical Practice Management, will discuss the ICD-10 transition and how get to implementation compliance.
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ICD-10-CM-Diagnosis Coding
It wasn't that long ago when we thought ICD-10 was a very distant nightmare. This is not the time to stand by and watch or put your head in the sand; you must face this challenge head-on and start the journey now. This article from The Journal of Medical Practice Management will discuss how preparation and persistence as well as planning and oversight will reap the desired results, compliance on October 1, 2015.
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White Paper:

Yes, You Really Do Need a Patient Portal
As this article explains, the more patients are able to do for themselves online, like request appointments and prescription refills, review their records, and pay their bills, the more they will love your practice. And the less time your staff will spend on the phone.
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Assembling an ICD-10 Action Team
If your practice is like most, you're more than a little nervous about the looming transition to ICD-10. A massive conversion to a new medical coding system--including the introduction of thousands of new codes--is daunting, to say the least. But who should be on that team? Find out with this expert guidance.
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ICD-10: The 10 Questions You Must Ask Your Vendors Today
The conversion to ICD-10 is coming, and soon. The government says it won't pay for any service provided after Oct. 1, 2015 that isn't billed using the new code set, which is vastly larger and more complex than the current ICD-9. This white paper offers a detailed list of the 10 most important questions to ask of your key vendors.
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ICD-10: 5 Steps to Take Now
The mandated conversion to ICD-10 has the U.S. healthcare community bracing itself. This mandated change to medical coding represents one of the biggest changes private practices will face. Failure to design and execute a detailed, complete conversion plan will devastate a small practice. No private practice can afford to risk the future by skipping critical steps in ICD-10 planning.
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EHR as a Powerful Tool in ICD-10 Conversion
Today's EHR systems are more powerful than ever. They have been designed to reflect regulatory changes to record-keeping, documentation, and coding. But not all systems are created equal--choosing an EHR system may be one of the biggest decisions you make for your practice's financial health. EHR software should reduce the disruptions of ICD-10 conversion, not compound them.
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What You Should Know about ICD-10 Codes
The mandated conversion to ICD-10 has the U.S. Healthcare community bracing itself. As physicians move to ICD-10, it will require a tremendous effort and can incur incredible costs for private healthcare practices. In order to ensure a smooth transition to ICD-10 and avoid unnecessary costs, it is important to not only have a plan but to also understand the impact. This whitepaper highlights the facts behind the transition.
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