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11/22/2013 - CMS ICD-10 Testing Week
02/11/2013 - HBMA ICD-10 Committee Ė Preparation Tips!
12/27/2012 - End to End Testing Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
10/11/2012 - CMS Call on ICD-10 Implementation
National Provider Call: Preparing Physicians for ICD-10 Implementation - Register Now - Thursday, October 25; 1:30-3pm ET
10/11/2012 - Exclusive Interview with Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), Kathleen Sebelius
Read an Exclusive Interview with Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), Kathleen Sebelius regarding ICD-10, ICD-11, ZPIC programs, the Affordable Care Act, CMS, and more.
10/10/2012 - National Provider Call on ICD-10 Implementation
09/28/2012 - Partial Code Freeze Prior to ICD-10 Implementation
08/29/2012 - How ICD-11 figured into HHS' ICD-10 deadline decision
08/29/2012 - Doctors Ask Regulators to Push Billing Code Shift Back Another Year
07/20/2012 - HBMA Invited to Testify Before NCVHS
HBMA invited to Washington to testify before The
National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS), Standards
Subcommittee regarding the change to ICD-10
06/25/2012 - Only 10 Days Remain in the Version 5010 Enforcement Discretion Period!
The Version 5010 enforcement discretion period ends on June 30, 2012. Upgrade to Version 5010 now with this new information from CMS.
06/18/2012 - Enforcement Discretion Period for Version 5010 HIPAA Transaction Standards Ends on June 30 2012
The CMS Office of E-Health Standards and Services (OESS) reminds
industry that the end of its enforcement discretion period is June 30,
04/03/2012 - Web Reporting Tool for ICD-10, 5010, 4010, Insurance, and Provider Enrollment Issues
HBMA web reporting tool for problems with Payor Denials - 5010, 4010,
Medicare, Medicaid, Commercial Insurance, and Provider Enrollment.
12/29/2011 - Version 5010 Deadline Is A Few Days Away!
11/23/2011 - HBMA 5010 Weekly Update
11/22/2011 - SAMPLE ICD-10 Implementation Plan
11/11/2011 - 5010 READINESS
11/09/2011 - Tips on Preparing for 5010
Be Proactive: Prepare Now for 5010 Data Reporting Changes!
If you use the current version of the hiPaa electronic administrative transactions, such as checking a patientís eligibility, filing a claim, or receiving a remittance advice, you are required by federal regulation to use the updated version of these transactions, version 005010 (5010), by jan. 1, 2012. there are data reporting changes in these transactions that will impact the data that you send and receive.
11/01/2011 - Important Message: Version 5010 Enrollment Change
09/08/2011 - CMS Implementation Widget and Timelines
08/02/2011 - HIPAA 5010 & D.0 Implementation Calendar and Important Reminders for August 2011
Each month during the transition to HIPAA Versions 5010 and D.0, we will
email this updated message to remind you of important items and dates that may
be of specific interest to the Medicare Fee-for-Service (FFS) provider/supplier
community. This article includes important reminders and a calendar of current,
upcoming, and past events that have occurred during this implementation
02/23/2011 - ICD-10 Myths
- My software vendor is responsible for the changes
- My employees are responsible for the changes
- It wonít require many operational changes
- The physicians donít have to be involved
- We donít need to budget for ICD‐10‐CM
- We have plenty of time
- We are ready now
02/18/2011 - Special Edition Medicaid Update for HIPAA 5010/D.0
eMedNY will implement support for the new HIPAA transaction formats on July 21, 2011. On that date, New York Medicaid will begin its 5010 transition period and will be prepared to accept and process both Versions 5010/D.0 and Versions 4010/5.1 transactions.
02/07/2011 - Follow this link to view the ICD-10 timeline