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The new myICD-10 website

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To further help you prepare for ICD-10 we’ve recently launched the myICD10 website.

You’ll find all things related to ICD-10, including links to our recently recorded webinars, helpful tools and videos, commonly asked questions, a timeline, risk assessment tool, and a place to sign up to receive ICD-10 updates. Check out these important elements of our new site to help you prepare for ICD-10 success:

No matter where you are in the process, arm yourself with the following “things to do now” checklist.
Your staff is critical to your ICD-10 success. Understand how ICD-10 will impact your staff.
Evaluate the impact of ICD-10 on your processes and workflows.
Understand the technologies your practice uses to create or generate ICD-10 codes.

This new website explains step-by-step what you must do to prepare your practice for ICD-10. No matter where you are in the process, it’s important that you get started and keep moving in the direction of compliance. This is accomplished by focusing on three critical areas: your people, your process and your technology.

The people in your practice
The process in your practice
The technology in your practice

Our goal is to help guide you with the right tools and resources to ensure your practice successfully makes it through the ICD-10 transition.

Continue to watch the myICD-10 website for more information and updates as the ICD-10 deadline approaches. Additional tools will soon be announced to help create a more universal experience among all AdvancedMD products.


Is your current EHR or practice management making the switch to ICD-10 more complicated than it needs to be, or not doing much to help? Access our guide that provides 12 critical questions every practice must ask its vendors, to avoid being left behind on October 1, 2015.

Topic: EMR/EHR, Medical Billing | Content Type: Blog Article

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