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4 Steps for Success: ICD-10 Training for Physicians and Non-Clinicians

Download the ICD-10 GuideCoding and sending test claims is not enough to successfully transition to ICD-10, even if your results have been positive.  You need a broadly educated and narrowly trained workforce to use the right codes and to process coded information properly.

Providing general education for non-coders and non-clinicians and supplementing it with the training of position-specific skills will help you fulfill the dual promises of better patient care and reimbursements that ICD-10 offers.

Follow these four steps to developing ICD-10 training and education initiatives that position physicians and non-clinicians—and your organization—for success.

  1. Address the Charges
  2. Assess Your Needs
  3. Allocate Resources
  4. Focus Training

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