The ICD-10 Knowledge Exchange is designed so that providers from across the industry can share what is working and what isn’t working as they tackle the ICD-10 code conversion challenge.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 30, 2013
To support providers through the ICD-10 transition, Atlanta-based Jvion launched the ICD-10 Knowledge Exchange—a Google+ community. This web-based, free access forum is designed as a gathering place for providers who want to share ideas and join conversations about the mandated ICD-10 transition. Topics are varied and touch on all aspects of the conversion including how to avoid ICD-10 revenue impacts, best practices for crosswalk development, and post October 2014 reimbursement monitoring.
The firm is already an established frontrunner in the areas of ICD-10 revenue cycle impacts and financial risk mitigation. They lead a number of prominent industry initiatives including the HIMSS ICD-10 Financial Risk Calculator and the HIMSS/WEDI ICD-10 National Testing Pilot Finance Workgroup. The hope is that through the ICD-10 Knowledge Exchange, they will enable candid discussion and fluid knowledge sharing between providers about the risks inherent to the ICD-10 transition.
“The ICD-10 Knowledge Exchange is designed so that providers from across the industry can share what is working and what isn’t working as they tackle the ICD-10 code conversion challenge. That is why we choose the Google+ Community format. The layout and capabilities really help drive open discussion and more meaningful interaction,” explained Ritesh Sharma, Jvion COO.
To become part of the ICD-10 Knowledge Exchange, click here. And for more information about Jvion and the firm’s ICD-10 code conversion solutions, please visit jvion.com.
Jvion is a healthcare technology company addressing the financial and operational impacts resulting from mandated reforms and compliance activities. We offer a suite of Big Data-enabled software solutions to reduce the financial impact and burden of the ICD-10 conversion, and help providers protect their revenues from increased financial waste associated with mandated changes and increased payor scrutiny. Please visit Jvion’s website at jvion.com for more information.