Our ICD-10 expert has been a AHIMA approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer since 2010. What ICD-10 most likely means to you, the practice owner, is reduced revenues beginning October of 2015 as certain payers and software vendors will not be ready for these changes at that time. It is our position that ICD-10 implementation will not be delayed again. All processes, forms and systems that use diagnosis codes across multiple areas of your practice including; patient registration, clinical documentation, physician referrals, coding, superbills, routers, charge entry, payment posting, denial management, reporting and others must be transitioned for ICD-10. CRS can help you through the process of getting ready for ICD-10.
CRS has already coded in ICD-10 the top 25 diagnoses from each of our clients. We are beginning the process of walking our clients through the changes so they are ready come 10/1/15. We have also contacted every payer and software vendor in our database to understand their state of readiness and intentions toward ICD-10. CRS can help you fully prepare for the coming changes. We’ll help you through the entire transition process, putting you in the best possible position to minimize disruption in your revenues this fall and beyond.
Since beginning to use CRS I have experienced consistent and expected cash flow relative to my patient volume. CRS promptly responds,...read more
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