In 2016, CMS began the coding transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10. Physician practices must be fully prepared for the impact this change in the reporting diagnoses ultimately will have on all aspects of physician practice, patient care, and reimbursement. By using PSG’s tools and resources, you will be on track and ready to implement the changes with minimal disruptions to your practice.

Learn more at the CMS’s Road to 10. Watch videos, hear stories from the road, learn perspectives from the field, gain clinical insight, and experience the new interactive tool available to quiz you on your ICD-10 readiness.

Use this ICD-10 Readiness Checklist to track your progress as you navigate the changes and prepare your practice for ICD-10.




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“I truly believe in PSG and the way they have been available and willing to reach out and help us on many occasions when we were faced with the difficulties of the changing and ever-complex rules of managing a busy medical practice.”

Robert Gelb, MD, FAAOS –

CORE Orthopaedic Medical Center