The Solo M.D.’s Guide to Becoming ICD-10 Ready

By: on August 26, 2015

Whether you’re just starting to learn about ICD-10 or are well on your way to mastering the new codes, we offer essential tips and tools to help your single-doctor practice achieve a stress-free code set conversion.

Even though the ICD-10 deadline has come and gone, it’s never too late to optimize your office’s workflow when it comes to coding correctly for services rendered. After all, identifying efficiencies in your staff’s process could help you avoid reimbursement delays and rejections.

Download the free e-book below for guidance from experts, consultants and real solo practitioners just like you.

We’ll cover:

What you need to know about the differences between ICD-9 and ICD-10. There are thousands of new codes, which means your documentation needs to be extra detailed.

How to create and stick with a plan to train your staff. Avoid losses of staff productivity as your team continues to adjust to the new codes.

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Where to find compliant software tools to improve your workflow without breaking the bank. Systems are available for every budget—we’ll show you screenshots from some of the top vendors.

• And much more!

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