The medical world has just completely changed. Welcome to ICD-10.
You might have heard by now that Medical Billers and Coders across the country have been in crazy study mode trying to wrap their heads around the ICD-10 switch. It’s the way medical conditions are coded, so doctors give you the right treatment and insurance send you the right bill.
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On October 1st, the ICD-10 codes changed big time. Here are the top ten things you need to know about ICD-10.
There’s a ton of new info available in the big ICD-10 switch, and a lot of it is good news for both patients and providers!
“ICD-10 makes medical coding a universal language. Critical medical information will no longer be lost in translation, no matter where you might be,” said Carmie…
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Jen Bohne is the Dental Assisting Program Director at the Carrington College Tucson campus, and will celebrate her 10-year-anniversary as part of the Carrington family this November.
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