ICD-10 Readiness/Readiness Assessment
Gauge infrastructure readiness
With impacts to clinical documentation, coding and other revenue cycle processes, ICD-10 has the potential to slow or even disrupt physician practices’ reimbursements. The right infrastructure can help you achieve a successful ICD-10 transition by ensuring your practice has the capacity to handle the new code set’s increased complexity and specificity. Optum360 readiness assessments can help you determine strengths and weaknesses across your practice so that you’re well equipped to thrive under ICD-10.
- Align technology platforms
- Understand intersecting IT initiatives and business objectives
- Identify new opportunities to improve current business practices
- Establish strategic technology adoption
- Assess staffing and resource requirements
- Define technical and education requirements and resource commitments for successful technology adoption
Self-assess your ICD-10 readiness
The Optum ICD-10 Self-Assessment Toolkit can help you quickly evaluate ICD-10’s potential impact on your workflows, documentation, IT vendors, payers and staffing, as well as what kind of training may be required of your clinicians. The toolkit includes an automated assessment guide, risk-level summary and best practices checklist, along with an education cost matrix and customizable roadmap.
Optimize your reimbursement
With the ICD-10 Rapid Assessment, our experts identify the most critical people, process and technology remediation and education efforts required for a successful ICD-10 transition. Assessment includes reimbursement impact analytics, documentation review and business readiness —all critical to accurate, timely reimbursement when ICD-10 takes effect.
Click here to take a quick assessment quiz on your practice's ICD-10 readiness