Keep Track of Your Most Important ICD-10 KPIs

As a provider, you know that productivity and cash flow are essential to keeping your business up and running. Now that CMS has made ICD-10 the standard it’s more important than ever to keep track of your claims and make sure you get paid. With about five times more codes than ICD-9, the ICD-10 migration could potentially mean more denials and hang-ups.

It's Not Too Late to Get Help With ICD-10

The Smoothest Transition to ICD-10

You may not realize it, but unless you’re using DDE to submit your claims, chances are you’re slowing down your process. With ICD-10 now here, you want to make sure you’re submitting your claims as quickly and efficiently as possible.

September Newsletter

ICD-10 is almost here. Make it a smooth ride with eSolutions.

October 1st is now well within sight! As you know, if you don’t use valid ICD-10 codes starting on October 1, 2015, you will not be able to successfully bill for your services. This change will likely affect many of your 837, 999 and 277CA claims as well and it’s important to know how.

Every 837 transaction you submit must include qualifiers that indicate whether it contains ICD-9 or ICD-10 coded claims. All 837 claim files submitted incorrectly will reject on the front end and won’t even make it into the Medicare claim processing system. READ MORE >>>

This Time We Mean It: ICD-10

Unless you’ve been cut off from the outside world, you probably already know about the ICD-10 compliance deadline of October 1, 2015. In case you didn’t, here’s the scoop: regulations from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) require the use of ICD-10 coding for everyone covered by the Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA). On October 1 of this year, ICD-9 will go away and ICD-10 will become the coding standard for medical diagnoses and inpatient hospital procedures.