Hospitals tap computer-assisted coding to prepare for ICD-10

09/20/2012 | Health Data Management

Hospitals increasingly are looking to adopt computer-assisted coding to help them prepare for ICD-10, but such an effort comes with certain challenges. For Geisinger Health System in Pennsylvania, the challenge is to get buy-in from coders and to convince them that the technology is meant to reduce the pressure and workload that may come with handling larger code sets.

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