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Converting to ICD-10

8 Tips to Help With the ICD-10 Transition suggestions were to compile the most common codes, send in both ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes during the transition, train and educate your staff, prepare for no delay, and consider new coding software.

ICD-10 is coming soon and there does not look like a delay in the offing. The best immediate solution is to determine your most frequent 50-100 codes and create a “cheat sheet” for smooth the transition.

This is a major headache for your practice and the insurance companies and hopefully some interim solution will arise.

Xpress technologies Practice Management and EHR software is ICD-10 capable. Our expert team can train and educate the staff at your practice at the time of transition.

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