ICD-10: Stop Being Polite and Start Getting Real about ICD-10

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

$295 December 10 - January 27
$325 After January 27

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During this daylong program, attendees will learn how to address some of the biggest ICD-10 challenges including: implementing a successful ICD-10 program in an outpatient/ambulatory setting; how to increase retention and the effectiveness of documentation and training; how to support organizations that are behind in their ICD-10 conversion; how to optimize remaining ICD-10 budgets; what to do about post 10/14 reimbursement monitoring; and how providers can avoid ICD-10’s long-term impacts to fraud, waste, and abuse.

Overall Learning Objectives

  1. Describe how to drive an effective ICD-10 transition that mitigates risk within outpatient/ambulatory settings
  2. Apply a training and documentation approach that maximizes returns while mitigating impacts
  3. Develop an ICD-10 plan specifically designed for organizations that are behind in their ICD-10 conversion activities and describe the specific ways that providers can optimize remaining budgets
  4. Explain ICD-10 post go-live monitoring approaches, options, and application
  5. Summarize ICD-10’s impact on fraud, waste, and abuse; how this impact effects providers; and what providers can do to avoid potential losses
Sunday, February 23
February 23, 2014
8:15AM - 9:15AM ET
Opening Keynote: How One System Realized Immediate Value from Their ICD-10 Conversion
Session ID: Symposium ICD1
February 23, 2014
9:30AM - 10:30AM ET
Are You Too Late to the Game? How to Get Your ICD-10 Conversion Activities On Track and Optimize Remaining Budgets
Session ID: Symposium ICD2
February 23, 2014
10:30AM - 11:30AM ET
Getting the Most out of Your ICD-10 Training and Documentation
Session ID: Symposium ICD3
February 23, 2014
12:30PM - 1:30PM ET
Out in the Cold: How to Drive a Successful ICD-10 Conversion in Outpatient/Ambulatory settings
Session ID: Symposium ICD4
February 23, 2014
1:30PM - 2:30PM ET
It is October 2, 2014, Now What? A New Reality for the Industry
Session ID: Symposium ICD5
February 23, 2014
2:45PM - 3:45PM ET
Closing Keynote: "Analytics and Healthcare-A Love-Hate Relationship"
Session ID: Symposium ICD6

HIMSS wishes to acknowledge the following individuals for their participation in planning this symposium:

Allison Kavanagh Alavi, Vice President, Marketing and Strategic Communications, Jvion