ICD-10 & Coding
07:56 am October 01, 2015
Healthcare IT News reached out to a broad swath of the industry to learn about what consultants, hospitals and vendors are doing on ICD-10 day.
10:42 am September 30, 2015
AHIMA CEO Lynne Thomas Gordon says she's confident the transition that begins Thursday will go off with few, if any, glitches. As she sees it, all of healthcare will be better for it.
10:26 am September 30, 2015
As ICD-10 looms, value-based reimbursement remains clouded in uncertainty and many technology vendors under-deliver on their promises, more and more hospitals are outsourcing their revenue cycle management processes.
09:04 am September 29, 2015
We highlight six of the most talked about new products on display and available for demo at the 2015 AHIMA Convention and Exhibit.
05:14 am September 29, 2015
They may be in the Big Easy, where the good times roll, but the people in charge of managing health data at hospitals across the country are focused on the hard work of realizing the most benefit they can from ICD-10.
11:19 am September 28, 2015
Whether the looming government shutdown happens or not, healthcare's conversion to ICD-10 will continue, according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
10:28 am September 24, 2015
The October 1 deadline is really just the beginning. As ICD-10 coding gets underway in earnest next month, there will be plenty of questions that need answering for providers nationwide. AHIMA wants to help.
08:08 am September 23, 2015
It has happened before: Y2K and HIPAA 5010 brought preliminary cataclysmic predictions that fizzled once the deadline arrived. ICD-10 just might follow suit.
10:09 am September 11, 2015
Even hospitals that feel prepared for ICD-10 would be wise to consider a plan for handling problems as they crop up. Here's what Rochester Regional Health System is doing to ensure they're ready for the big day.
07:51 am September 08, 2015
Even though it has felt, perhaps, as if the opposite was true for several years, hospitals and medical practices are captains of their own ICD-10 ships -- a fact that's more apparent now, literally days from shore, than ever before.