Prepare for your transition and put your agency on the path to success with the ICD-10 Implications for Home Health Agencies.
Now is the time to build a transition plan for ICD-10! The transition to ICD-10 is major, involving many steps, and won’t be accomplished overnight. The sooner you start understanding the impact of the new system on your operations, management and billing, the more prepared you will be to ensure that your agency doesn’t lose the reimbursement to which you are entitled when the ICD-10 system is implemented.
Devoted solely to the home health industry, the ICD-10 Implications for Home Health Agencies is the only resource that puts the ICD-10 transition into perspective for home health agency managers and administrators. With the ICD-10 Implications for Home Health Agencies in hand, you’ll:
- Save time assessing what the ICD-10 transition means for HHAs
- Prioritize ICD-10 awareness with examples of code differences most relevant for an HHA
- Structure an implementation strategy that won’t leave you overspending on activities irrelevant to HHAs
- Focus on the critical impact areas that could derail your readiness
This concise, plain-English guide will provide everything you need to assess the scope and impact of an ICD-10 transition and begin the process of structuring an ICD-10 plan appropriate for your home health agency. In it, you’ll find:
- Easy-to-understand introductions to the differences between ICD-9 and ICD-10
- Key explanations of the impact to operations, functions and roles
- Transition requirements scalable to an HHA place of service
- ICD-10 Crosswalks for HHAs so you can identify how your top diagnoses, including case-mix codes, will change
- Planning timelines, impact checklists and training timelines
The transition to ICD-10-CM is the biggest, most important event your home health agency will likely ever face. Prepare your agency for a successful transition with the ICD-10 Implications for Home Health Agencies.