Talk Ten Tuesdays

ICD-11: Hear the Latest Industry Buzz

August 07, 2018 Episode 335
Talk Ten Tuesdays
ICD-11: Hear the Latest Industry Buzz
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Talk Ten Tuesdays
ICD-11: Hear the Latest Industry Buzz
Aug 07, 2018 Episode 335
Chuck Buck | Larry Field, DO | Gloryanne Bryant | Stanley Nachimson | Deborah Grider | Rhonda Buckholtz | Erica Remer, MD
There is a lot of buzz out in the industry about ICD-11, especially since the World Health Organization (WHO) released the new code set in June as first reported by ICD10monitor and Talk Ten Tuesday.
Show Notes

There is a lot of buzz out in the industry about ICD-11, especially since the World Health Organization (WHO) released the new code set in June as first reported by ICD10monitor and Talk Ten Tuesday. Nevertheless, ICD-11 is a trending topic—a topic we will explore during this edition of Talk Ten Tuesdays. That’s when nationally recognized coding authority Rhonda Buckholtz will report on the need to make sure all of the coding options have been refined in ICD-10-CM in order to make coding more productive in ICD-11.

Other segments to be featured on the broadcast include:

  • Tuesday Focus: 2019 ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines: The FY2019 Official Guidelines have been released as reported by ICD10monitor. Gloryanne Bryant, past president of the California Health Information Association, reports on the new changes.
  • E and M Coding Update: Given the potential impact of major E and M changes in the 2019 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule proposed rule, Deborah Grider, senior healthcare consultant for Karen Zupko and Associates, reports on reaction to the E and M overhaul being proposed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
  • News Desk: Larry Field, DO, anchors the Talk TenTuesday News Desk with the very latest healthcare news. Field is the treasurer of the American College of Physician Advisors.

  • RegWatch: Leading healthcare technology consultant Stanley Nachimson returns with his popular segment, RegWatch, through which he reports on the latest regulatory changes coming out of Washington, D.C.


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