6 steps to help you prepare for the more detailed ICD-10 code set
One practical way to prepare your practice for the Oct. 1, 2014, transition to more detailed ICD-10 codes is to analyze how you currently use ICD-9 codes. Although you've probably memorized the ICD-9 codes you work with most frequently, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services recommends that you conduct a more structured review.
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