Follow these links for quick and easy access to educational and practical information you can use in support of your ICD-10 initiatives.
Visit and bookmark this online resource providing visibility into industry metrics expected to be most impacted by ICD-10. Obtain coding guidance for areas projected to be the hardest hit by ICD-10, as well as payer and peer perspectives on the transition. All of this information is available 24/7 to give you even more transparency into how the industry is faring before, during and after October 1.
It is critical to note that while testing is a very important part of your ICD10 readiness program, it is only the beginning of go-live preparation and does not guarantee provider or payer readiness. Testing is a due diligence exercise that will highlight more work to be done. Download this whitepaper to learn more.
While many healthcare industry stakeholders have been working for months and even years on initiatives to transition to ICD-10 based systems, healthcare organizations should be shifting tactics to prepare for the October 1 transition date.
This eBook discusses how to gain control and get started with your ICD-10 payer testing. It provides critical information about why connecting with your revenue cycle/clearinghouse partner is so important. It also outlines RelayHealth’s Testing Program.
RelayHealth ICD-10 Fact Sheet provides information about ICD-10 and how prepared providers may reduce the disruption to their financial performance through readiness testing.
This recorded HFMA webinar focuses on the value of using an analytical approach to assess risk, prioritize action, and track and compare performance with ICD-10.
This white paper outlines a four-step, data-centric risk assessment and mitigation framework designed to help providers prepare for and succeed with the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10.
In this video, Josh Berman, RelayHealth’s ICD-10 Director, shares his thoughts on ICD-10 readiness, the deadline delay, the importance of testing, and what healthcare providers should be doing now.