HSCSN is 100% ICD-10 compliant. Please file your claims using the complete ICD-10 codes. The following resources are intended to provide additional background and information:
- HSCSN ICD-10 FAQs [PDF - 121KB]
- HSCSN ICD-10 Provider Notice & Test Form [PDF - 193KB]
- ICD-10 Provider Quick Start Guide [PDF - 193KB]
- ICD-10 Electronic Claims Testing Instructions [PDF - 298KB]
- ICD-10 Paper Claims Testing Instructions [PDF - 1.07MB]
Providers must be fax all prescriptions and orders to Auth Central Intake at 202-721-7190 or email them to HAuthCentralIntake@hscsn.org. On the fax coversheet or email subject line, please write “TEST ICD-10” so staff are aware that this order is part of the testing environment.
Providers can also find additional training resources at these external links:
- CMS and AMA Announce Efforts to Help Providers Get Ready For ICD-10
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) guidance that allows for flexibility in the claims auditing and quality reporting process as the medical community gains experience using the new ICD-10 code set.
- Clarifying Questions and Answers Related to the CMS/AMA Joint Announcement [PDF - 234 KB]
Information about the CMS/AMA guidance regarding ICD-10 flexibilities.
- Countdown to ICD-10: 10 Facts About ICD-10 Video
An animated video from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) counts down 10 facts about the ICD-10 transition.
- CMS Provider Resources
Education resources and videos from CMS Medscape Education Resources, as well as ICD-10 FAQs, templates, quick references and videos.
- Road to 10: The Small Physician Practice’s Route to ICD-10
Built with input from providers in small practices, includes a specialty reference that identifies and illustrates high impact diagnosis codes related to common conditions and a primer that introduces clinical documentation changes for common conditions associated with the area of practice.
- Medscape ICD-10 and Clinical Documentation
First time users must create a free account to access the resources and receive free CMEs for completing the learning modules.
- American Health Information Management Association Training (AHIMA)
AHIMA's online ICD-10 Clinical Documentation Training provides targeted learning through bite-sized, self-paced modules that physicians and clinicians can access anytime from any device.