The transition to ICD-10 is not just an update – it is an overhaul. All payers, providers and vendors are being affected by the transition to the expanded ICD-10 code sets. These coding changes will affect medical coding operations, software systems, reporting, administration, registration, and more. Any delay could result in your organization experiencing backlogs, denials, and impacts on revenue.
While the ICD-10 implementation deadline has changed, our focus on ICD-10 implementation has not. Much of the work completed for HIPAA 5010 helped to lay the groundwork for RelayHealth to be ICD-10 ready in advance of the deadline. RelayHealth developed the following ICD-10 mission statement to communicate our role during the transition to ICD-10.
RelayHealth’s ICD-10 mission is to provide:
*Any descriptions of future functionality reflect current product direction, are for informational purposes only and do not constitute a commitment to provide specific functionality. Timing and availability remain at RelayHealth’s discretion and are subject to change and applicable regulatory approvals.