ICD-10 Resources Are Available; Now Is the Time to Prepare

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has released a concise guide to ICD-10 resources. The guide focuses on quick references and key steps you can take to get ready for the October 1 transition. Resources include:

In addition, CMS has released specialty specific ICD-10 guides that highlight ICD-10 concepts for the following specialties:

  • Cardiology, which highlights conditions like heart failure, hypertension, heart valve disease, and more.
  • Orthopedics, which highlights conditions like fractures, arthritis, shoulder pain, and more.
  • Pediatrics, which highlights conditions like asthma, diabetes, bronchitis, and more.
  • OB/GYN, which conditions like abdominal pain and ovarian cysts, breast lumps, preeclampsia, and more.
  • Internal Medicine, which highlights conditions like chest pain, headache, heart disease, and more.
  • Family Practice, which highlights conditions like diabetes, hypertension, asthma, and more.

ICD-10 will be here Oct. 1, so get ready!

 
 

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