ICD - 10 Migration Made Simple!!!
Transitioning to the new ICD-10 process can be complex with impact on many allied applications. To simplify the complexity of change, ViSolve consultants and experts can help you with the smooth ICD-10 conversion from the initial assessment phase through implementation, testing and beyond. Our service process ensures your day-to-day business is only minimally disturbed. Leverage on our expertise to successfully meet deadlines and grab this opportunity to adopt new technology for your organizational improvement.
The Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) published the final rules for adoption of new HIPAA standards on January 16, 2009. The first rule mandates the updation of version 004010 HIPAA transactions (referred to as 4010) with new 005010 (5010) transactions by January 2012. The second rule mandates the replacement of ICD-9-CM code sets with ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS code sets by October 2013.
Update: On August 13, 2014, the Department of Health & Human Services has published a proposed rule that will delay the compliance date for ICD-10 from October 1, 2014 to October 1, 2015.
Note: On April 17, 2012, the Department of Health & Human Services has published a proposed rule that will delay the compliance date for ICD-10 from October 1, 2013 to October 1, 2014.
ViSolve Healthcare IT is aware of the ICD-10 timeline and can help you plan your move from ICD-9 to ICD-10.
How ViSolve can help with the migration:
ViSolve Healthcare IT can help to update the practice and workflow used in your organization in-line with the new ICD-10 codes. ViSolve Healthcare IT has good knowledge of the existing ICD-9-CM code sets and understands the importance of the codes that has been in place since 1977. We also understand how & why ICD-10 is better than ICD-9, and the impact it would create to every function in the healthcare industry.
Our focus areas towards ICD-10 Compliance:
ViSolve Healthcare IT has formulated a structured procedure to assist your organization with the move towards ICD-10 compliance. Our procedure involves the following steps:
ICD-10 Non-Compliance Penalty:
The HHS has also enforced laws and penalties for non-compliance of ICD-10. Organizations will be subject to a fine of $1 per covered life per day for non-compliance with the certification requirements. The penalty shall double if the organization provides incomplete or inaccurate information for compliance.
Who needs to adopt ICD-10 for their business?
All the healthcare vendors, payers, providers, regulatory agencies and others who currently utilize the ICD-9 codes need to move to ICD-10.
Our services to Healthcare Vendors
Our services to Providers
Our ICD-10 assessment, impact analysis and planning services will help clinicians face the transition phase with relief before the actual transition. To know about ICD-10, check out our ICD-10 FAQ section.
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Embark on your ICD-9 to ICD-10 conversion journey today by contacting us at email@example.com. or +1 (408) 850 2243. Our consultants can help to plan and assist you throughout the process for achieving the ICD-10 Compliance.
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