Health Language Blog

How to Mitigate Risks Associated with the ICD-10 Conversion

Posted on 05/21/15 | Comments

The inability of your healthcare delivery organization to adequately adopt the new ICD-10 coding structure could mean you’re administrative staff will be faced with a large amount of denied claims to fix.  Even worse, payment delays for rejected claims could take months to sort out. Many organizations are ramping up their clinical documentation improvement program, coder education and engaging in discussions with payers to ensure that they have their bases covered for October 1st.


Topics: ICD-10 implementation

Health Language (June) “Did You Know?”

Posted on 06/30/13 | Comments



We are excited to announce the launch of a new blog series called “Did You Know?” that will include one post each month on an interesting fact that you might not know about clinical terminology management, standardized vocabularies, industry regulations and more!


Topics: ICD-10, Medical vocabulary, ICD-10 Transition, ICD-9 to ICD-10, clinical terminology management, ICD-10 implementation, Standardized vocabularies, Dr. Brian Levy