“Finally Friday!” Mid-Course Check – Readiness for ICD-10 – by Gloryanne Bryant

This session was recorded on Friday, February 14, 2014.

ICD-10 Readiness & Implementation

And What Should You Be Doing RIGHT NOW To Be Ready?

Our Guest is Gloryanne Bryant, BS, RHIA, RHIT, CDIP, CCS, CCDS, a veteran HIM professional and Leader (the capital L is not a typo, we mean it) with over 30 years in the industry. 22__Bryant_ResizedAs a key national leader for ICD-10 Coding Education and Training at Kaiser Permanente, she now holds the title of National Director of Coding Quality, Education, Systems and Support. (This puts her high in the running for longest title of the year…) Most recently, Gloryanne has been running around the country giving presentations on planning and implementation of ICD-10, and somehow found time to testify about ICD-10 implementation in front of the House Ways and Means Committee. All that to say (and there’s plenty more I’m not mentioning, but you can find a complete bio here) that you should be listening to what Gloryanne has to say about getting ready for ICD-10. Join us when Sharon Easterling, our resident Revenue Cycle Expert, and Gloryanne talk about what they are seeing out in the industry, and give their thoughts and advice on what you need to be thinking about now… particularly considering the new focus by CMS and its contractors on reviewing documentation… be sure to listen in…

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