Once implemented, ICD-11 will come with significant changes compared to ICD-10. Start your learning now by getting answers to crucial questions about ICD-11 and its impacts.
It’s big. It’s scary. It’s the coming of ICD-11. But wait — when will ICD-11 actually replace ICD-10 in the U.S.? And, once it does, how will it affect you? Take a deep breath, and join us for a “sneak peek” at ICD-11. During this exclusive ICD10monitor webcast, you’ll hear directly from Mary H. Stanfill, who possesses more than 35 years of experience with the clinical classification of healthcare data.
Although the U.S. implementation date for ICD-11 has not been set, anxiety is running high. Mary will share valuable insights that could help put your mind at ease. Her presentation will cover questions that are on the minds of many individuals involved with various aspects of ICD coding, such as: How is ICD-11 different from ICD-10-CM? What’s the structure and content of ICD-11? How easy or difficult will it be to learn ICD-11? What are the factors that will drive the ICD-11 implementation date? And more. Don’t pass up this unique opportunity to get a head start on your understanding of ICD-11!
Did you struggle with the transition to ICD-10? ICD-11 will officially be available for members of the World Health Organization (WHO) to adopt beginning in January 2022. While its U.S. implementation date has yet to be determined, there will be a lot to learn once it takes effect. You can make the transition to ICD-11 a bit easier and less stressful by starting your learning process now.
Coding professionals in all settings; coding auditors, educators, supervisors, managers and compliance managers; and health information management (HIM) managers and directors.