This issue discusses ICD-10 as a path to better health outcomes through
enhanced data collection. It provides an in-depth look at Ebola and other
areas where ICD-10 will greatly improve data collection.
This issue discusses industry ICD-10 readiness one year from implementation.
It covers focal points for the upcoming year and MHS-specific preparations
This issue discusses the ICD-10 Final Rule and the 1 October 2015 compliance date. It covers what this means for the Military Health System (MHS) moving forward.
This Newsflash focuses on industry pain points and the impact of Clinical Documentation Improvement.
This issue discusses the delay of ICD-10 to be no earlier than 1 October 2015 and an assessment of the current status and implications.
This Newsflash highlights the DHCS AHLTA 3.3.8 Updates and Enhancements Overview course. It covers the new enhancements in ICD-10 Code Implementation, Problem List Management, and Medication Reconciliation.
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