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Ideas, insight and analysis to help physicians, medical groups and health systems stay informed and profitable in today's challenging health care environment.
Elysha Fiabane

Elysha Fiabane

senior manager, product innovation

Elysha Fiabane

ICD-10 Deadline: What to Expect after the Oct 1st Transition

by Elysha Fiabane, senior manager, product innovation

With only a few weeks left until the transition to ICD-10, we’ve heard from a lot of providers asking what to expect come October 1st. We thought what better way to show that then to breakdown exactly what athenahealth is doing on behalf of clients – we’re all about transparency – and what providers should focus on. And if you’re not on our cloud-based network, use this as a starting point for a conversation with your vendor(s) on what they’re doing to help you – and what you’re expected to do.

September 21, 2015|Categories: ICD-10

Elysha Fiabane

Behind the Scenes: Preparing for ICD-10

by Elysha Fiabane, senior manager, product innovation

As many of you know, athenahealth has been ready for the ICD-10 transition since last February, with all the necessary changes and improvements already implemented on the cloud-based network that our clients use every day. But we’ve been taking advantage of the extra time from last year’s deadline delay to optimize our internal services and processes, with a focus on ensuring network readiness. And since we’re all about transparency, we wanted to pull back the curtain and explain some of the ways we’re humming along with ICD-10 preparations to make sure providers don’t see an impact on reimbursement and mitigate risk should issues arise with payers around the October 1 compliance date – now less than six months away.

April 14, 2015|Categories:

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