Saturday, January 31, 2015

ICD-10 Conversations - Almost Every Day of the Week!

About four years ago when I was just starting to get involved with the ICD-10 mandate, there was a dearth of information about ICD-10 available on the web.  That's all changed.  Anyone who has anything to do with ICD-10 doesn't have to start from scratch. There's plenty of good information freely available to anyone who knows how to do a simple search.

And a couple organizations have stepped up with recurring programs aimed at sharing a wide range of ICD-10 related content. Here are a few of the more popular programs:

Talk Ten Tuesdays – Stay on Top of the Game

This weekly program, sponsored by ICD10monitor, a division of Panacea Healthcare Solutions, Inc., is an online news and information source created to help healthcare providers make informed decisions as they transition to ICD-10. Here's a link to their upcoming broadcasts and their archives.

I think Talk Ten Tuesdays was one of the first recurring programs about ICD-10. Chuck Buck is the lead moderator of Talk Ten Tuesdays - quite the character and always entertaining - AND informative! You can follow @ICD10Monitor here.

What’s Up Wednesdays – Together Let’s Get ICD-10 Ready

This program is sponsored by BlueCross of Northeastern Pennsylvania. You can find program information here and recordings from previous shows here. Here's information from their most recent program on January 21, 2015.

Open Line Fridays 

This monthly program is sponsored by FLBlue and offered In alliance with representatives from Baptist Health South Florida, Lee Memorial Hospital, Mayo Clinic, Tampa General Hospital, Availity®1 LLC, Secure EDI, Springs Family Physicians LLC, and Health Data Consulting. You can find program information here and recordings from previous shows here. 

George Vancore is the lead moderator for Open Line Fridays and, like Chuck Buck, is quite the character and always adds a lot of fun to an already exciting topic! You can follow @FLBlue here.

What about Monday's and Thursday's?

So who's going to fill these slots?

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