Now that you're fresh from the NAHC Annual Meeting and Exhibition, be sure to attend the ICD-10 Action Planning for Home Health Agencies Conference. Do you have your ICD-10 transition plan in place? If not, I encourage you to attend the conference to learn more.
DecisionHealth and NAHC have joined together for the ICD-10 Action Planning for Home Health Agencies Conference, which is being held November 18-20, 2013, in Las Vegas, NV.
Register now and save up to $200 on registration and confirm your stay at the Paris Hotel & Casino for only $129 a night.
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Surveys show most home health agencies have underestimated the scope of the ICD-10, are behind in planning, and are confused about how to prepare financially for it.
For months after October 1, 2014, many home health agencies will see major productivity disruptions and financial losses. Take action now to create a careful, vetted transition plan for your agency to follow.
This 3-day event was designed specifically to get independent home health agencies on the path to a smooth ICD-10 transition with a 10-month plan that optimizes the time and resources you have. Highlights include:
- Critical 2014 milestones and how to hit them, starting with how to conduct a gap analysis and drive your agency with the maniacal focus needed to prepare for ICD-10 in only 10 months
- End-to-end ICD-10 testing game plan, including the tests to run, how to do it with your vendor, and the critical timeframes to follow
- In-the-trenches do's and don’ts: Experts offer candid critiques of actual HHA implementation tactics packed with recommendations sure to improve your own efforts
- What to watch out for after Oct. 1, 2014, such as how to know your systems are working properly and best practices to measure the impact of ICD-10 on your productivity and revenue, all critical to spotting adjustments as needed
For complete details, view the full agenda.