An important article by WEDI Property & Casualty Sub-workgroup co-chairs Sherry Wilson, Jopari EVP, and Tina Greene, Mitchell International Senior Regulatory Affairs Consultant, has been published in the August, 2014 ICD-10 Monitor. Titled “Will You be Required to Comply with Both ICD-9 and ICD-10 Mandates? What is Your State’s Property & Casualty Requirement?”
Payers, vendors, and providers that bill P&C across states are required to comply with each state’s requirements. There are numerous questions yet to be answered, however – for example, what states are best positioned to move to ICD-10 from ICD-9? What is the contingency planning? And will the transition period match the HIPAA requirements? Read full article here
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