ICD 10 and Coding Tips

ICD 10 and Coding Tips2018-01-11T09:13:40-07:00

Accurate coding is a key factor in optimizing appropriate reimbursement while avoiding penalties from external audits. NPS believes that coding is a crucial component to healthy practice operations. Our team is dedicated to nephrology specific coding, our coding reviews evaluate if your practice is overcoding or undercoding and coach your team to code & document accurately. Contact me to today to learn how NPS can help your practice code accurately.

Suzanne Leathers, Certified Trainer at Nephrology Practice Solutions

Nephrology Practice Solutions team member Suzanne can help your practice with coding review to ensure your staff are up to date with coding practices

Accurate coding is incredibly important to get paid for the work you do. We know that it can be confusing to accurately code especially as codes have been changing with ICD-10 updates and new billing guidelines. The nephrology coding team here at NPS has created multiple resources including code downloads, tips and videos to help you navigate the world of nephrology coding.

  • Clinical Documentation Impacts with ICD-10
    ICD-10 requires physicians to code with a much higher level of specificity. This resource covers ICD-10 codes for specific conditions and requirements including renal failure, causative codes, diabetes, glomerular disease, hypertensive chronic kidney disease, anemia, adverse effects, poisonings or toxic effects, complications of care and body mass index.

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  • Coding Drop Down
    Different coding documentation requirements can seem convoluted. This resource details coding documentation requirements and gives you nephrology specific examples and codes.

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