Start Preparing Now For ICD-10

ICD-10, the new diagnostic and procedure coding system will go into effect October 2014. ICD-10 requires providers to document visits with more detail for billers to properly code. The number of diagnostic and procedure codes will increase tremendously from ICD-9 and providers need to start practicing now to be prepared for the October 2014 switch to ICD-10.

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