The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) District II, recognizes today, October 13th as the second annual World Thrombosis Day, by bringing attention to the Prevention and Treatment of Venous Thromboembolism during Pregnancy.
ACOG District II has outlined a list of ICD-10 resources and useful links in its September Update newsletter.
The ICD-10 deadline has passed. What does that really mean for your practice? Learn exactly what ICD-10 is, why it's here, and how you can better adjust your workflow to account for this change.
Webinar: ICD-10's here. Time to make sense of it
Date: Thursday, October 15, 2015
Time: 12 PM (ET) / 9 AM (PT)
Sponsor: Pulse Electronic Healthcare Management
ACOG is offering the following ICD-10 Webcasts at no cost. The webcasts are informational only...no CME or CEU are attached. Click here to access the FREE webcasts.
ICD-9 to ICD-10: What to Expect (8/9/2011)
ICD-10 Documentation Guidelines (4/10/2012)
ICD-10 Documentation Requirements (8/14/2012)
ICD-10 Diagnosis Coding for OB Care Complications (6/18/2013)
Intro to ICD-10 for OB/Gyns: A Smooth Transition (2/11/2014)
ICD-10 Diagnosis Coding for GYN Conditions (6/10/2014)
In 2016, CMS will apply a negative payment adjustment to individual eligible professionals (EPs), Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC) practice sites, and group practices participating in the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) group practice reporting option (GPRO) (including Accountable Care Organizations [ACOs]) that did not satisfactorily report PQRS in 2014. Individuals and groups that receive the 2016 negative payment adjustment will not receive a 2014 PQRS incentive payment. Click here for more...