The ICD-10 deadline (Oct 1, 2015) is quickly approaching. While Congress could still intervene again and delay ICD-10, it looks like ICD-10 is going to go forward. Even Congress has switched from trying to get a full delay to possibly providing some relief to those who have issues implementing ICD-10. I think that’s a sure sign that ICD-10 is going forward.
Are you and your organization ready for ICD-10?
If you’re not quite ready, you might want to consider this ICD-10 training. This online training is done for 1 hour each day for 4 days. Plus, all of the training is recorded so you can see it at your convenience if you miss the training.
If you prefer an online self-paced ICD-10 training, you can find that here. This training will help get you up to speed on ICD-10, but you can do it at your own pace and on your own schedule.
If you complete the course, you’ll receive a Certificate of ICD-10 Proficiency for Clinical Providers. While there is no official ICD-10 certification, this certificate can help set you apart from others who haven’t done any ICD-10 training.