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3 Post ICD-10 Transition Solutions for Your Practice

Get Solutions to Common ICD-10 Transition Sticking Points

During this presentation, we’ll smooth over the rough areas of your practice’s transition to ICD-10. You’ll get remedies for some of the most common ICD-10 transition problems. In this webinar, we’ll touch on the ICD-10 coding conundrum, capturing more practice productivity, and preventing rejected claim rates from rising.

 


Topic: Medical Billing | Content Type: Webinars

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Keith Berkowitz, MD
Center for Balanced Health

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