Getting Ready for ICD-10

Let’s ensure you are ready for ICD-10! On October 1, 2015 you will begin using ICD-10 codes in place of ICD-9 codes. We will present an overview of ICD-10-CM so that we can assist you with planning for the mandated ICD-10-CM transition. We will not provide coding guidance during this webinar. Please note: As per the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Internet-Only Manual (IOM) Publication 100-09, Medicare Contractor Beneficiary and Provider Communications…

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G-CODE MODIFIER APP

TOOL: MEDIWARE G-CODE MODIFIER APP: NOW YOU DON’T HAVE TO REMEMBER ALL THOSE G-CODES! //www.mediware.com/rehabilitation/tools/item/mediware-g-codeapp The G-Code app is a handy guide to help your therapists make quick work of outcomes codes — so they spend more time with patients and less time on documentation. For months, we’ve offered the Mediware Claims-Based Outcomes Reporting (CBOR) Calculator on www.Mediware.com. To make things even easier for you, we’ve…

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Drafts of the October 2016 CMS Release

CMS has released the following drafts from some of the MDS item sets for the October 2016 release: a draft of the MDS 3.0 Nursing Home Comprehensive (NC) Version 1.14.0; a draft of sections A and GG of the MDS 3.0; and a draft of the new MDS 3.0 PPS Part A Discharge (End of Stay) (NPE/SPE) Version 1.14.0. All may be downloaded from the Downloads section at the bottom of the SNF…

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ADL Receives PrescribersConnection LTC Certification

June 8, 2015 – ADL Data Systems, Inc. awarded the LTC Partner Certificate of Compliance by PrescribersConnection®, LLC. This new Healthcare industry designation recognizes ADL Data Systems’ commitment to the Long Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) industry, LTPAC Shared Patient Model, and adherence to NCPDP Script 10.6 initiative of November 1, 2014. PrescribersConnection welcomes ADL Data Systems as an ‘Early Adopter’ of the LTC Workflows and Standardization effort underway. ADL Data Systems, Inc., Optimum Order Entry…

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