Easing the Transition to ICD-10 in the ED
Emergency departments will face far-reaching changes — and significant challenges — as they transition from ICD-9 diagnostic and procedure codes to the much more detailed ICD-10 codes. The changeover, scheduled for October 1, 2013, will demand a coordinated effort from hospital administrators, physicians, and staffing and management firms. How can you prepare? Download the PDF.
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