Practical Roadmaps to Prepare Your Organization and the Revenue Cycle for the ICD-10 Transition
Cindy Cain, CPC, CPC-H, CCS-P, CHC
McKesson Business Performance Services
With the pending transition to ICD-10, healthcare financial leaders need to prepare for the fundamental changes affecting the revenue streams of their organizations. Finances, coding, billing, departmental leadership, and clinical personnel all have important roles in creating a successful transition.
This webinar discusses practical roadmaps used by providers to prepare their organizations for the transition to ICD-10 and how these upcoming changes affect the revenue cycle. This webinar also helps you uncover often-missed steps to ensure a successful ICD-10 transition, shares five key warning signs to monitor and measure, and provides a clearer picture about what life will be like before and after the transition to ICD-10 for many providers and physicians.
After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:
- Determine where you should be today in order to effectively transition to ICD-10.
- Develop clear expectations of the financial implications before and after the transition to ICD-10.
- Develop a contingency plan to address potential losses in productivity and higher costs.
Tools & Takeaways
Five Steps to Better Clinical Documentation for ICD-10, a document emailed to all registrants and attendees following the seminar
CFOs, finance executives, patient financial services directors, revenue cycle vice presidents and directors, and directors of reimbursement with hospitals, academic medical centers, and health systems employing physicians
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Delivery Method: Group Internet
HFMA Members: Free
Note: This on-demand webinar is available until June 3, 2015.