This free, web-based guide offers updated and interactive information to help healthcare providers understand, and follow, the steps needed to meet ICD-10 deadlines. The ICD-10 PlayBook is a singular resource that equips healthcare providers with the critical information they need to succeed for ICD-10 transformation, including ideas around sustainability.
Organized by HIMSS, the range of cross-industry groups that developed the ICD-10 PlayBook includes HIMSS task forces, leading associations across providers and health plans, commercial banks, health IT vendors and others, making it a robust, information-rich and unique high value offering that is freely accessible. The ICD-10 PlayBook will primarily assist healthcare providers; however, other audiences will greatly benefit, such as health plans and banks.
The Playbook is organized by topic; current topic areas include Initiation, Planning, Implementation, Go-Live, Post Go-Live Monitor and Control and Closure. ICD-10 project plan templates, handouts from ICD-10 sessions at HIMSS11 and links to industry webinars and events focused on preparing for ICD-10 are included. In addition, a Frequently Asked Questions section offers details on ICD-10 information and the resources available on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services website.
An evolving tool that will be continuously updated, the PlayBook includes a complete list of participating organizations that have provided content and supported the development of the PlayBook. Organizations include healthcare associations, payers, banks, and healthcare systems.
Sessions in this track will explore the significance of ACOs across the healthcare industry at large and how they will affect your organization specifically. The HIMSS Virtual Conference & Expo on June 8-9 will also provide strategies and solutions for successful conversion to 5010/ICD-10 and compliance with Stage 1 meaningful use requirements and beyond through education, exhibits and networking. HIMSS Virtual Conference is free to qualified registrants; non-qualified individuals may attend for a nominal fee ($119 for HIMSS Members/$139 for non-members). Learn more and register.