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ICD-10

The changes, which reflect stakeholder feedback and the large volume of changes to ICD-10 in FY 2017, will be available on the National Library of Medicine’s Value Set Authority Center this month.

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Review contractors will be able to use coding specificity as the reason for an audit or a denial of a claim to the extent that they did before Oct. 1, 2015.

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The no-cost, updated quality indicator software is designed to aid quality improvement in acute-care hospital settings. AHRQ will host a July 19 webinar to detail changes to the software.

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After several delays, the International Classification of Diseases, 10th Edition (ICD-10) went into effect in October 2015 and Essential Hospitals are ready to use the codes this weekend to diagnose your Valentine’s Day woes.

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Just added: CMS contacts for provider questions. Explore fact sheets, videos, other information available to help ease Oct. 1 transition to new coding system

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CMS released a new resource clarifying when ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes are required. Claims submitted on Oct. 1 or later but with dates of service prior to Oct. 1 require ICD-9 codes, not ICD-10.

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CMS has tested its systems and is prepared to assist providers as problems arise. Providers should first contact their MAC for Medicare claims questions or subsequently email the ICD-10 Coordination Center or the ICD-10 ombudsman.

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New materials from CMS and the association's list of resources will help providers as they transition to ICD-10 diagnosis and procedure codes on Oct. 1.

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Agency resource, in preparation for Oct. 1 transition to ICD-10, can help providers determine how to accurately report codes.

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Updated guidance clarifies what codes will be accepted by CMS during one-year grace period, including examples of a code family.

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The video clarifies common myths and misperceptions about changes that will occur with the Oct. 1 implementation of ICD-10. America’s Essential Hospitals also compiled a list of resources to help members prepare for a seamless transition to ICD-10.

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Agency says that for one year it will not deny inaccurate claims as long as the code listed is from the correct code family.

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Join us to learn more about the ICD-10 coding system, how the transition will impact your hospital, and what you can do to prepare.

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The guide outlines the critical activities needed for a successful ICD-10 launch on October 1. Also included are instructions for accessing ICD-10 codes and links to training and testing resources.

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Interactive case studies include clinical scenarios and tips for providers and billing staff to learn the basics of documentation and coding using ICD-10. Transition is scheduled for Oct. 1.

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Deadline for July end-to-end testing extended to May 22, acknowledgement testing June 1 to June 4, and a call for billing staff, coders, and clinicians June 18. Videos have also been published to the CMS website.

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Interested providers should submit a volunteer form by April 17.

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Two videos provide overview and benefits, and expand previous ICD-10 resources from the agency

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The Feb. 26 call is for clinicians and billing staff.

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The webcasts are part of the RoadTo10 Webcast Series designed to help with the transition to ICD-10, which is set for Oct. 1, 2015.

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CMS issued a final rule establishing Oct. 1, 2015 as the transition date to International Classification of Diseases, 10th Edition (ICD-10) diagnosis and procedure codes. The Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014 required at least a one-year delay of this transition date, previously set for Oct. 1, 2014.

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HHS reiterated its intention to release an interim final rule announcing the Oct. 1, 2015 transition to ICD-10 code sets. The rule will require use of ICD-9-CM code sets through Sept. 30, 2015. ICD-10 codes will allow data related to diagnoses to be compared internationally.

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