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ICD-10 Tip of the Week

June 4, 2013


 

 

 

ICD-10 Tip of the Week

 


Separate fact from fiction

With all the information swirling around about ICD-10, it’s important to make sure you have the right information. For example, some believe that ICD-10 codes were developed without clinical input. The reality is that a number of medical specialty societies contributed to the development of the coding systems.

The more you know about ICD-10, the better able you will be to prepare your practice for the transition. Learn how to separate facts from fiction by visiting the CMS website.

Article Resource:
ICD-10-CM/PCS Myths and Facts located on the CMS website.


 

 

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