ICD-10 Update: 1,943 new, 422 revised, and 305 deleted codes

And that's just for ICD-10-CM. There are also 3,500 proposed ICD-10-PCS changes. Will your practice be prepared when these go into effect October 1, 2016?

Join us for the 2016 ICD-10 Specialty Coding Summitand get the most up-to-date information and guidance on the first code set update in five years. We’ll cover the gamut of ICD-10 issues that threaten the success and financial stability of your practice in 2016 and beyond:

  • 2017 ICD-10 code changes and guideline updates – stay ahead to avoid productivity and revenue setbacks
  • Safe harbor expires – go beyond ICD-9 equivalency and become truly ICD-10 capable
  • Auditors on the loose in 2016 – learn how to keep your claims out of the crosshairs for denials
  • Medical necessity policy gaps – the hidden denial traps no safe harbor can protect you from
  • Real-world lessons and pitfalls targeted by specialty – intermediate and advanced scenario work to ensure you’re mistake free
  • Plus, an ICD-10 Documentation Workshop to help you tackle gaps and change processes for success

Take a look at our jam-packed agenda and reserve your seat before we sell out. This is a training opportunity you simply can’t afford to miss.

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Up to 13 CMEs and CEUs available for coders, physician and nurses!

Featuring Full-Day Specialty Tracks

Real-world coding examples, intermediate and advanced scenarios, and hours of interaction and Q&As with specialty experts.

  • Cardiology
  • Orthopedics
  • Pain Management
  • Primary Care / Internal medicine
  • ICD-10-PCS
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Who should attend?

    • Practice coders and supervisorsr
    • Clinicians
    • Coding educators and trainers
    • Practice compliance managers
    • Practice managers and administrators
    • Practice auditors and educators
    • ASC coders
    • Payer claims managers
    • Clinical documentation improvement specialists
    • Nurses
    • Physician assistants