To help clear the air and better prepare providers for next year’s deadline, Sue Bowman of the AHIMA has identified and debunked two of the most common misconceptions surrounding ICD-10. Read More »
Category: Software for Chiropractors
Forty percent of providers looking to replace EHR systems
In its latest provider survey, EHR review group Software Advice found that 40 percent of respondents were looking to replace and update their practice’s EHR software. Read More »
Healthcare groups still optimistic about ICD-10 benefits
Despite facing its third, and perhaps most frustrating, delay yet, ICD-10 still has plenty of positive changes to offer the healthcare industry — as long as clinics and practices are ready for the transition. Read More »
What is taking the US so long in adopting ICD-10?
The reason for ICD-10′s many delays ultimately boils down to the primary difference between how the US and the rest of the developed world approaches healthcare, specifically in regards to billing. Read More »
ICD-10 testing week sees 89 percent acceptance rate
A whopping 89 percent of ICD-10 claims during the March 3-7 test week were accepted successfully by CMS. Read More »
Could CMS be making changes to the Meaningful Use timeline next?
CMS recently proposed a new rule that would delay Stage 2 for chiropractic EHR by another year. Read More »
Preparing for ICD-10 despite the delay
The ICD-10 implementation deadline delay has left many in the healthcare industry confused about next steps to take. Read More »
Industry calls for hard deadline on new ICD-10 extension
The Coalition for ICD-10 is calling for October 1, 2015, to be officially marked as the start date for ICD-10 implementation. Read More »