Well it’s official the CMS has released the latest and greatest on the new ICD-10 implementation after many discussions and back and forth with physicians accross a 2 year span has finally resulted in an official date for the actual implementation of ICD-10. So what does that mean for you and your practice? Well it means that you will have to update your codes if you want to get paid for your services. Now I don’t know about you, but I like to be paid correctly for what I do. It also means that if you still file claims using the ICD-9 codes you will experience higher rejection rates. Higher rejection rates equals less revenue. Well, why would you not want that revenue? You need that revenue, in order to sustain your practice and see the people who need your services, and depend on you for their health and well-being. So when you get a chance check out the article below so you can read more about it. If you are looking to get the implementation complete early you can also contact Triple E Medical Solutions, LLC because our state of the art system is already designed and includes ICD-10 codes. Visit us at http://www.tripleemedicalsolutions.com/index.php We are the Evolving Efficient Experts in Healthcare, here to provide you with the real time solutions to your real time problems.