New community editor taking over ICD10Watch

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Hi, I'm Carl, and I'm a blogger. I'm taking over ICD10Watch from Thomas Sullivan. I've been a blogger for years. Even before I knew what blogging was. Read »

A farewell, an introduction, and a note of thanks

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Come Monday, a new community editor will be running ICD10Watch – I am passing the site to veteran reporter Carl Natale. Read »

Precyse unwraps ICD-10-ready HIM platform

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Precyse on Thursday detailed a healthcare information management (HIM) platform that, it says, is ready for ICD-10.  Read »

One way to tell which vendors are ready for HIPAA 5010

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The current status of myriad providers, payers, clearinghouses is something of an uncomfortable relationship with both HIPAA 5010 and the software vendors they are counting on to deliver requisite updates. Read »

Vendor's ire: Payers aren't HIPAA 5010-ready. Is anyone?

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In yet another indication that the healthcare industry is lagging with HIPAA 5010 and ICD-10, one software vendor has gotten so fed up it issued a public statement just, it would appear, to exercise that frustration. Read »

Virtusa cloud tool to assess ICD-10 migration costs

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ICD-10 will have a large financial impact on providers, payers, clearinghouses, to be certain – but pinpointing exactly how much it will cost is a thorny matter. Read »

University health group to offer 3M ICD-10 tools

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ICD10Watch sponsor 3M Health Information Systems announced that University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC) will make the vendor’s ICD-10 wares available. Read »

CMS details upcoming ICD-10 call

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CMS (The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) has posted information about its next ICD-10-related national provider teleconference. Read »

AHIMA's Top 10 ICD-10 documentation problems

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The new code sets promise challenges across the spectrum of uses and users, coding documentation being no exception. Read »

Readers rage against idea of delaying ICD-10

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Nobody likes an unfunded mandate. Or, wait just a moment, do they? Some healthcare professionals involved in ICD-10 might actually welcome that particular conversion, after all. Read »

 
 

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