(From the April 2014 Issue of MedStat)
The change to ICD-10 this fall will require more specific documentation and diagnoses. Starting this month, online educational courses will be available. In July, Nationwide Children’s providers will begin to see ICD-10 codes and terms, and providers will also encounter new Epic tools that can guide them to a more specific diagnosis.
Providers will have a variety of education opportunities to prepare for this change including:
More details on the above education opportunities will be communicated to providers by their section chief or department head. Questions? Email ICD10@NationwideChildrens.org or visit the intranet at Anchor > Tools and Resources > ICD-10.
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