Are you prepared for the ICD-10 implementation on October 1, 2015? ICD-10 is far more specific and detailed than ICD-9 in its representation of the patient’s health-related condition, taking into consideration degree of severity, complexity and risk.
The United States is one of the last WHO organization members that have yet to completely implement ICD-10 on a national level.
In this free guide, you will learn about:
In this bonus checklist, you will learn what to do every step of the way until implementation, including:
We hope this free guide and checklist will fully prepare you for implementing ICD-10 into your medical practice. Please fill out the form on this page to access your free guide and checklist.