Guidance: Where to Focus ICD-10 Testing of HIPAA Transactions

New guidance from two industry organizations explains where to focus ICD-10 testing of HIPAA transactions to ensure codes are correctly placed and formatted within the transactions.

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Note that this takes care of only the "technical" side of where in the transactions an ICD-10 code will be used. It does not deal with testing whether or not a provider documented and selected the correct ICD-10 code for the transaction, or how a health plan interpreted the ICD-10 code. These are much more critical issues to be dealt with in the ICD-10 testing process.
Posted by STANLEY N | Thursday, August 08 2013 at 4:04PM ET
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