HFMA Revenue Cycle Strategist: Training Coders to Transition to ICD-10
May 14th, 2012
With ICD-10 still looming on the horizon, many of us have begun the process of implementation, but there is still much to be done. Some have not begun either and AAPC ICD-10 trainer Jackie Stack, CPC, CPC-I, BSHA wrote that “taking a medical terminology or anatomy and pathophysiology course is a great way to prepare for ICD-10,” in the most recent HFMA Revenue Cycle Strategist.
“Many coding resources are available that will aid the transition to ICD-10,” she continued. “For the training to be successful, it should be completed in phases and at the appropriate time.”
Read the full version in hard copy version or by subscription in the May issue of the Revenue Cycle Strategist.
Tags: anatomy and pathophysiology, ICD-10, ICD-10 Training