ICD-10’s Debut Is Quiet, But Stay Tuned

After years of anxiety and delays, ICD-10 officially became the diagnostic code set of the land on Thursday, Oct. 1. The debut brought little disruption to business as usual last week, but as claims are filed and reviewed, the coming weeks may see an uptick in delays or denials.

The North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) has compiled a list of resources on our website to help members troubleshoot any problems they may encounter. Our Solution Center also is standing by to help. You can contact Belinda McKoy, our Solution Center coordinator, at 919-833-3836 x142 or email her at bmckoy@ncmedsoc.org if you have an ICD-10 issue.


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