5010 transition for large and small, payers or not

Some more resources from CMS on the 5010 transition. These are broken out by size or focus.

From CMS
The transition to Version 5010 involves important business and systems changes throughout the health care industry. As the January 1, 2012, deadline approaches, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is committed to helping you better prepare for the Version 5010 transition by providing resources on the CMS ICD-10 website to understand and manage your transition.

Compliance Timelines and Widget
CMS has created an interactive widget, and corresponding printer-friendly compliance timelines, to help you remember important action items and meet milestones for the switches to Version 5010 and ICD-10. The widget and timelines are tailored to help manage the implementation processes for:

Implementation Handbooks
CMS has developed four Implementation Handbooks which provide detailed information for planning and executing the Version 5010 and ICD-10 transition processes. These guides and their corresponding customizable templates can help you to clarify staff roles, set deadlines, and assess vendor readiness. Choose the handbook most relevant for you based upon your organization:

Version 5010 Testing Readiness Fact Sheet
CMS has also developed a Version 5010 Testing Readiness Fact Sheet, which explains the Version 5010 transition and necessary Phase I Internal and Phase II External testing. This fact sheet can assist you to determine steps to successfully complete testing phases for Version 5010, and help ensure you are compliant by January 1, 2012.

Keep Up to Date on Version 5010 and ICD-10.

Please visit the ICD-10 website for the latest news and resources to help you prepare, and to download and share the implementation widget today!

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