Catastrophe Averted - So, Now What Do We Do With the ICD-10 Data
1 hour Audio and Power Point Presentation
Recorded April 18, 2016
If you thought the conversion to ICD-10 was anticlimatic, you are not alone. The majority of organizations sailed through the transition period with only a pause. What's next? How do you use the valuable data ICD-10 codes provide to help your organization? This session offers ideas for mining data to use in negotiating with payers, supporting quality initiatives, and impacting population health.
•Appraise the industry events since the ICD-10 conversion date (10/1/2015) and report on the top 3
•Discuss trends in A/R denials due to ICD-10
•Investigate how to use ICD-10 data to support quality of care
•Discuss ICD-10 documentation and reporting specificity challenges
•Examine how to keep improving if the payments are coming in
Faculty Bio: Amy C. Dunatov, MPH, FACMPE, CCS-P, ICDCT-CM
Amy Dunatov, MPH, FACMPE, CCS-P, ICDCM-CT has extensive experience in medical practice management, including both private practice and hospital-owned multispecialty group settings. She has comprehensive knowledge of billing and E&M coding, physician compensation plan design, financial and operational benchmarking especially as it relates to physician compensation and productivity. She is an independent practice management consultant sharing years of knowledge and experience with practices across the U.S. Amy received her BS in Business Administration from Gardner-Webb University and a MPH from University of North Carolina School of Public Health. She has achieved fellowship status in the American College of Medical Practice Executives, the educational branch of Medical Group Management Association (MGMA). She attained certified coding specialist designation from American Health Information Management Association in 1992 and is an ICD-10-CM certified trainer.
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