Navicure is dedicated to helping
our clients swim through the ICD-10 transition.
We will continue to provide industry-leading client
service and technology. In addition, our clients
will have the resources they need to help them through
the entire transition process—from planning
to implementation and beyond.
Navicure's ICD-10 Preparedness
The KLAS 2012 “Clearinghouse Services:
Yesterday 5010, Tomorrow ICD-10” report,
confirmed that practices' expectations of vendors'
ICD-10 competence is heavily influenced by vendors'
performance through the 5010 transition. Navicure
was ranked #1 among thirteen leading clearinghouses
evaluated in the report. Of respondents, 82% reported
total confidence in Navicure for ICD-10.
- Navicure was receiving and sending 5010 transactions
months prior to the Jan 1, 2012 transition date.
- Early preparation was the key to our 5010
success and will be true for ICD-10 as well.
Navicure’s Current ICD-10
- Updating and testing our solution
- Working with partners and payers to coordinate
- June 2013 - Navicure is prepared to test with
clients, vendors and payers. We are encouraging
these organizations to begin testing well before
the Oct. 1, 2014 deadline to ensure that everyone
For more information on how Navicure is preparing
for the ICD-10 transition,
here to view the FAQ document that provides Navicure’s
responses to Centers for Medicaid & Medicare
(CMS) ICD-10 clearinghouse questions.
Navicure is committed to making our clients' move
to ICD-10 as smooth as possible - before, during
and after the transition.
Over the last few years, all healthcare
organizations have gone through the rollercoaster
ride of preparing for ICD-10 then stopping or
slowing due to deadline delays. With the deadline
officially set, every organization needs to focus
on implementation planning.
Download this free white paper, Navigating the
Road to ICD-10: Seven Actions to Ensure Transition
Success, to read more about:
- Building a successful, strategic implementation
- Conducting documentation reviews and gap analyses
- Developing an implementation timeline
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Every part of a practice, including administrative
staff members, will be completely changed on October
1, 2014 when the new ICD-10 coding set becomes
the required system. Diagnosis codes impact everything
administrative staff does – from billing
and accounting to pre-authorization and eligibility.
Administrative staff will have to prepare differently
than clinicians. However, if the practice plans
carefully and educates employees well, the impact
of the ICD-10 transition will be minimized and
administrative staff members can continue to focus
on practice success.
Download this free white paper, Keys to ICD-10
Transition Success for Medical Practice’s
Administrative Staff, to discover:
- Where diagnosis codes are used in your practice
- How to establish a plan for educating administrative
staff about the demands of the new coding set
- How to determine metrics to benchmark and
monitor following ICD-10 to ensure revenue stability
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In order for practices to best prepare for the ICD-10
implementation with little disruption to cash flow,
it is important that physicians are educated and
on-board with the transition.
This white paper, Engaging Physicians in ICD-10:
Strategies for Practice Administrators, examines
three primary obstacles that may stand in the
way of full physician education efforts and ways
to work around them, including:
- Finding time for ICD-10 training and education
- Breaking clinical documentation habits and
switching to the new code set
- Generating interest in ICD-10 and the importance
of clinical coding
White Paper Now >>
Critical for a successful ICD-10 implementation
is involving clinicians in preparation from the
beginning. But with clinicians already being pressed
to do more each day, how can they prepare for this
switch? Simply, they can be part of a few essential
steps that will help them understand what changes
they will have to make.
This free white paper, Documenting ICD-10: Preparing
Clinical Staff for the New Code Set, will provide
you with the details you need to:
- Begin the documentation review process with
the clinical staff
- Develop a timeline for educating clinical
- Establish testing metrics and models to help
monitor practice productivity following the
White Paper Now >>
Preparing for ICD-10 will require a series
of coordinated efforts between your organization
and your technology vendors such as electronic
health record (EHR), practice management system
and clearinghouse providers. While it is expected
that every technology vendor will do their part
for a successful transition, there are many changes
on the horizon that may impact your organization
– and you should ask about them now.
Download this free guide that outlines the questions
you should ask your technology vendors, including:
- Confirming your technology vendor is on track
for the conversion.
- Determining what upgrades and changes your
technology will need.
- Assessing how your vendors handled the 5010
transition as this can help determine their
preparedness for ICD-10.
Resource Guide Now >>
The new ICD-10 coding set will bring major
changes to every part of the healthcare system
and will be a serious undertaking for everyone.
However, organizations still have plenty of time
to prepare for this transition.
Download this free timeline to help your practice
prepare with details on what you should be working
on this year, including when to start:
- Planning for implementation, training and
- Educating colleagues on the importance of
- Testing with partners, vendors and payers
Timeline Now >>
Hub – website sponsored by Navicure
and the AAPC with resources to make the transition
to ICD-10 easier for physician practices
- valuable resources for all medical practices,
solo practitioners, large medical groups.
- complete list of code sets for ICD-10-CM and
ICD-10 PCS; final rule and official ICD-10-CM
ICD-10: Evaluating the Impact on Your Revenue
for CEU: ICD-10 - Deadline May Be Closer Than
Physician Practices and the Shift to ICD-10, EHRs,
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