Predictions forecast that coding productivity may decrease by 30% as more coders are expected to retire. Couple this with the massive volume of codes in ICD-10, it now becomes the perfect storm that may threaten your organization's overall revenue.
NJHA-HBS makes it simple and affordable to stay on track. Our diverse ICD-10 training programs cover the gamut of coding and education assuring that your staff will be proficient in ICD-10.
Our extensive educational offerings are reflected below.
Your ICD-10 Lifesaver! We have the answers to your coding questions. Available as an annual subscription service designed to offer additional assistance to your coding staff as they are learning to code in ICD-10
- ICD-10 Summit by Association: A Mastery Education Series: A comprehensive ICD-10-CM / PCS refresher education session to help you master the ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Systems. Each day, (Day 1 and 2 cover ICD-10-CM, and Day 3 and 4 cover ICD-10-PCS) is eligible for 6 AHIMA CEUs and approved for 6 AAPC CEUs.
New Jersey Medicaid ICD-10 Update
On August 4, 2014 the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued a final rule formally establishing October 1, 2015 as the new compliance date for health providers, health plans, and health care clearinghouses to transition to ICD-10, the tenth revision of the International Classification of Diseases. ICD-9 codes will continue to be reported through September 30, 2015 as per CMS.
The State of New Jersey Medicaid will follow the CMS guidelines and deny all claims not using the new ICD-10 codes if the service dates are October 1, 2015 or later. All claims with service dates September 30, 2015 or earlier must use ICD-9 codes.
Information concerning ICD-10 and how it affects NJMMIS and your Medicaid Submissions can be found at www.njmmis.com under “Headlines – Web Announcement”.
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