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ICD-10: Prepare for Oct. 1, 2015



The International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) Clinical Modifications (CM) and ICD-10 Procedure Coding Structure (PCS) are new medical code sets under HIPAA-AS and represent a fundamental overhaul to the current ICD-9 coding system.  A federal mandate requires all HIPAA-covered entities adopt ICD-10 by Oct. 1, 2015. (Click here for general ICD-10 information)

“Here’s how to get started”.

Small-Medium Physician Practices:
Build your action plan and jump start your transition to ICD-10. It’s simple and FREE.  Visit the CMS tool at www.roadto10.org/ .

Large Physician Practices and Hospitals:  Transition to ICD-10 now by accessing CMS’s ICD-10 Implementation Guides. Visit CMS at https://cms.gov/medicare/coding/icd10.

“Will your revenue stream continue after Oct. 1, 2015?”

Testing ICD-10 is one of the more important success factors for managing the potential risk of business disruptions and achieving ICD-10 compliance.  Be sure you register NOW to test with us – even if you are not quite ready to test now, schedule to test with us. Testing capacity is limited and demand is anticipated to exceed capacity further into 2015.  Do not delay.  For more information about testing ICD-10 with us, please select the “Test ICD-10” icon located to the right.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Click here for Florida Blue specific ICD-10 readiness FAQs.

  • What happens if I do not switch to ICD-10?

  • Where can I find your latest ICD-10 Provider Pulse Survey Results?

  • When is the ICD-10 compliance date?

  • If I transition early to ICD-10, will CMS be able to process my claims?

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