The Truth About ICD-10 podcast provides healthcare professionals (front desk, clinicians and billers) with tips and strategies to get more patients and improve documentation, billing and compliance as they transition to ICD-10.
ICD-10 Do's and Don'ts - Biller / Coder
The biller / coder shares responsibility with the clinician for the successful implementation of ICD-10. Discover different scenarios in which the review of the claim is driven by clinical documentation.
ICD-10 Do's and Don'ts - Clinician
The clinician has the highest responsibility with ICD-10 implementation, and is responsible for compliant, detailed documentation. This drives the selection of the right ICD-10 codes, which are reviewed by the biller / coder prior to claim submission.
ICD-10 Do's and Don'ts - Front Desk
Learn key insights about what the front desk can / should do and should avoid when it comes to ICD-10 implementation.
ICD-10 and the 'Clinical Jigsaw Puzzle'
The 'clinical jigsaw puzzle' is a vivid picture of the clinical documentation that must support and reinforce the selection of the appropriate ICD-10 code.
Difference between Medical Diagnosis and Rehab Diagnosis in ICD-10
Rehabilitation professionals like physical therapists and occupational therapists should understand the difference between medical and rehab diagnosis during the transition to ICD-10.
Preemptive ICD-10 Documentation
The sooner a clinician gains expertise with ICD-10 coding, the better. Preemptive documentation will allow clinicians to become familiar with the new coding and facilitate compliant, precise and detailed documentation.