ICD-10 Transitions

Prepare yourself for ICD-10 (by October 2015).

  • We’ll help you with smooth transition from being able to accept ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes in both 4010 and 5010 formats today for testing and will continue to be able do so once ICD-10 goes into effect.
  • Clients who are interested in testing can get the ball rolling by emailing info@medhealthclaims.com
  • We can payer testing on your behalf. We have notified several payers that we’re ready to test and are awaiting their response. MedHealthClaims is also conducting payer surveys every few months to see where these organizations are with regards to ICD-10.

We are committed to making our clients’ move to ICD-10 as smooth as possible — before, during and after the transition. We have the solutions and educational resources our clients need to swim through ICD-10:

  • Denial management and reporting solutions – MedHealthClaims will make your transition to ICD-10 go more smoothly and 5010 formats today for testing and will continue to be able do so once ICD-10 goes into effect
  • ICD-10 educational resources – know the steps you need to take to prepare your practice for the transition
  • ICD-10 Hub – website with free resource guides, webinars, blog posts and tips to make your transition to ICD-10 easier.
  • ICD-10 Analyzer – FREE, easy-to-use online tool that gauges ICD-10’s impact on your claims reimbursement

 

Resource Guide

If you have questions about ICD-10 preparedness, solutions or testing, please email info@medhealthclaims.com