TrustHCS understands preparation for ICD-10 can require more than simply taking in educational sessions.
At TrustHCS, the following program components make the transition to ICD-10 a successful process for any organization:
Organizational Preparedness – quantify current state through a series of online and off-line measurements, audits and data analysis. This helps identify specific needs and goals for the organization’s transition to ICD-10.
Educational Offerings – including General, Intermediate and Advanced education for all levels of the organization including Medical Staff.
Supporting Progress to Goal – review proper application of ICD-10 knowledge with continuous ICD-10 specific audits from dual coding, through go-live, and beyond. Avoid negative impact to DNFB throughout ICD-10 transition and adoption with coding support.