The Coalition for ICD-10 responds to a proposal that a dual coding system approach be implemented in which small physician offices would be allowed to submit claims coded in either ICD-10 or ICD-9 during a transition period.
“We need it. We’re ready” was the central message communicated by speakers at a February 10th Capitol Hill briefing on ICD-10.
Health care industry stakeholders are frustrated with the uncertainty surrounding the ICD-10 implementation deadline. At a hearing of the National Committee on Vital Health Statistics, Coalition members spoke about the importance of moving forward with ICD-10. Read more
The Coalition for ICD-10 welcomes the Professional Association of Health Care Office Management (PAHCOM) and the American Medical Billing Association (AMBA) to its member roster. Read more
Washington, D.C (April 22, 2014) – The Coalition for ICD-10, a broad-based healthcare industry advocacy group, today announced the addition of America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) to its member roster. Read more
The Coalition for ICD-10 is a broad-based healthcare industry advocacy group — hospitals, health plans, hospital and physician office coding experts, vendors, and the health information technology (HIT) community— united in support of the U.S. adoption of the ICD-10 coding standard.