3M prepares hospitals for ICD-10 transition

June 22, 2010

SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–3M Health Information Systems has introduced ICD-10 consulting services, combined with advanced ICD-10 software and analytic tools, to help hospitals take immediate steps to prepare for a successful transition to the new ICD-10 coding standard, scheduled to be implemented nationwide in 2013.

3M’s ICD-10 transition solution includes new releases of the 3M DRG Assurance Program, 3M’s clinical documentation improvement program, and the 3M Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) System, which have been expanded with ICD-10 concepts and terms. The enhanced software and services help facilities reduce the risk from incomplete or inaccurate documentation. 3M ICD-10 consulting experts also assist hospitals with new ICD-10 modeling and code translation services, clinical documentation assessment services, and claims impact analysis services, all specifically developed for ICD-10 implementation.

3M ICD-10 consultants work onsite with hospital ICD-10 steering committees to perform a complete assessment of clinical documentation. 3M analytic tools evaluate claims data to identify specialties, patient populations, and diagnosis codes most impacted by ICD-10, so that organizations know where to focus their efforts.

More information about 3M’s ICD-10 consulting services and software is available at www.3Mhis.com or by calling 800-367-2447.

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