Even with the ICD-10 compliance deadline less than 10 months away, a startling number of physician practices have yet to get serious about their transition efforts.
In a recent follow up to the Physician Practice ICD-10 Readiness Survey Navicure co-sponsored with Porter Research in spring 2013, nearly three-fourths of practices said they still had not begun implementing their ICD-10 transition plans. Despite the delay in getting started, however, most practices feel confident they will be prepared in time for the October 1, 2014, conversion.
Find out what’s holding practices back, as well as how they can jumpstart their preparation plans by downloading the results of the Physician Practice ICD-10 Readiness Survey Part 2. It highlights key survey findings as well as strategies and resources that practices can employ going forward, including:
- Seven action items to ensure readiness
- Tips for budgeting, training and testing
- Links to white papers, timelines, report cards and more
Don’t delay – download your free copy of the Physician Practice ICD-10 Readiness Survey Part 2 results now. Early planning and preparation is the key to a smooth and successful transition.