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January 09, 2014

5 ICD-10 steps to take in Q1 2014


By: Cerner Corporation

Welcome the New Year! Does your New Year’s resolution include ICD-10 compliance? Regardless of your answer, the following activities are highly recommended to be complete by the end of the Q1 2014.... Read full story


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August 02, 2013

What to expect from ICD-10


By: Cerner Corporation

The ICD-10 implementation is coming (Oct. 1, 2014 - have you done your assessment and testing yet?) and with it a new degree of specificity for coding patient encounters.... Read full story


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March 13, 2013

Join Cerner and be a part of the HIMSS / WEDI ICD-10 National Pilot Program


By: Cerner Corporation

The HIMSS/WEDI ICD-10 National Pilot Program is a unique opportunity for providers and their billing services to test the changes they and their vendors have made for ICD-10 and see what impact the change to ICD-10 codes will have on claims submitted to health plans.... Read full story


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January 09, 2013

Our top 5 posts of 2012


By: Cerner Corporation

2012 was also a great year for our blog. We saw increased views, as well as an increase in the average time spent on each post. We're working hard to make this space an engaging, informative and, hopefully, entertaining resource for those of you interested in health care, health IT or our company. Thank you for reading!... Read full story


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August 30, 2012

ICD-10 through the coder's lens


By: Elaine O'Bleness, RHIA, CHP, CPHQ, Cerner

What a difference a day makes. Friday, August 24, 2012 the Department of Health and Human Services announced that the Federal Register being published on September 5, 2012 will finally give us the implementation date for ICD-10-CM/PCS as October 1, 2014!... Read full story


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July 13, 2012

A comprehensive ICD-10 assessment


By: Randy Hawk, senior engagement leader, Cerner Regulatory & Compliance Practice

What do the Mayan calendar and the ICD-10 transition date have in common? They both prophesize the end of the world, and both deadlines have been extended past their original date. OK, transitioning to ICD-10 doesn't mean the end of the world, but it does represent one the biggest changes ever to hit the health care industry. So let’s take a minute to revisit that foundational step in the preparatory process - the comprehensive assessment of risks and impact. ... Read full story


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March 13, 2012

Will we see ICD-10? Maybe...


By: Roy Foster, Director, US Consulting Regulatory Compliance Practice

What an intriguing world we live in. Here we sit, after exhausting efforts to encourage, develop and begin executing strategies for the ICD-10 transition, with an indefinite timeline but equally definite actuality. Most major players in the industry have shared their perspective, opinions and speculations on the delay. It is obvious to say there are individuals and groups on both sides of the discussion. My objective in this post is to stay away from opinion and focus on strategy, which requires some speculation.... Read full story


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January 26, 2012

A programmatic approach to the ICD-10 transition


By: Roy Foster, Director, US Consulting Regulatory Compliance Practice

We’re only about a month into 2012 and there’s no doubt this is going to be a busy year from a regulatory perspective. Our Cerner family will continue to make great progress toward attesting to Meaningful Use. The first performance period for the hospital value-based purchasing program will conclude, and the pay-for-performance era will formally begin here in the United States. Hospitals will become financially accountable to 30-day readmissions. A handful of you will be well on your accountable care organization journey. While these initiatives all have a direct impact on health care organizations, we cannot overlook another initiative likely to have the broadest impact on health IT since Y2K.... Read full story


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