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How the AMA is helping physicians with ICD-10

How the AMA is helping physicians with ICD-10

“How the AMA is helping physicians with ICD-10 implementation” is another great article by Carl Natale outlining how the American Medical Association is assisting providers with the upcoming transition to ICD10 in a 12-step process…

Carl’s Excerpt:

“One of the most useful ICD-10 preparation resources I have seen comes from the American Medical Association (AMA).

It provides a free 12-step action plan to help physicians get their ICD-10 transition started.

The plan is one of three free educational resources. You can also find:

“What you need to know for the upcoming transition to ICD-10-CM”
“Achieving the benefits promised by administrative simplification, ICD-10 and EHRs”

One very notable point made by Step #1 from the AMA is that “organization of the implementation plan” is a 2-4 week process. If you haven’t started step 1 yet, it’s going to be a mad dash to get all 12 steps completed before October 1.

Authored by: Carl Natale on ICD-10 Watch

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