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icd-10

Transparency in Coverage
Solutions for Transparency in Coverage

The Department’s guidelines on ensuring transparency in coverage are quite elaborate on the context and objective of disclosing information. Our previous blogs outline the disclosure requirements for both the Participants, Beneficiaries, or Enrollees, and the public.…

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ICD-10: How to leverage the data?
ICD-10: How to leverage the data?

ICD-10 has always been linked to billing, and this is one of the biggest areas, no doubt. But, the data collected via ICD-10 coding practices will find uses in a…

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ICD-10 switch for non-covered entities
ICD-10 switch for non-covered entities

The switch to ICD-10 coding standards is mandatory for all HIPAA-covered entities that use electronic medium for claim transactions. Ideally, this standard does not apply to those which will operate…

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ICD-10 testing strategy for 2014
ICD-10 testing strategy for 2014

With the delay in ICD-10 in late March 2014, there has been a general aura of unsettlement in the healthcare IT space, with providers being unsure on what is expected…

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CAC Implementation for ICD-10
CAC Implementation for ICD-10

Computer Assisted Coding or CAC has gained importance with the ICD-10 implementation road map underway at most healthcare providers. The CAC software will help preserve accounts receivable and accounts payable…

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Moving forward after the ICD-10 delay
Moving forward after the ICD-10 delay

As the Senate passed the bill putting into motion the ICD-10 delay, there are many questions which have been popping up. There are many providers who have been ready or…

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ICD-10: A cloud approach
ICD-10: A cloud approach

Does this mean things should be slowing down? This is a golden opportunity for healthcare ISVs who are preparing to embrace cloud and provide easily scalable solutions to move ahead…

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ICD-10 is more specific
What do we mean that ICD-10 is more specific?

While there are dozens of minor distinctions between ICD-9 and ICD-10 the three fundamental changes are: There is expanded detail for many conditions (e.g., viral hepatitis has been expanded from…

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