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Are you ready for the biggest change to coding in 30 years? The switch to ICD-10 happens on Oct. 1, 2015. Ensuring that you and your practice team are ready is critical as getting paid starting next month depends on how well you make the switch.

CSEPS has compiled links to the resources you need to help make this transition as smooth as possible.

Locally, CMS.gov Region VIII representatives are ready to help. The CMS ICD-10 Ombudsman William Rogers, MD, is available to address ICD-10 related issues at icd10_ombudsman@cms.hhs.gov. If the Ombudsman is unable to resolve your issue, please email Ceilly Robl or Tiffany Wedgeworth, your Region VIII ICD-10 contacts, at rodenmmfm@cms.hhs.gov for their personal assistance. In addition, CMS has updated its ICD-10 FAQ with one revision and answered nine new questions that might arise during the transition.


Help your colleagues

Do you have a useful ICD-10 cheat sheet? Consider sharing it with your Colorado ophthalmology colleagues by sending it to CSEPS. We will post it here and together we can work to ensure that all Colorado ophthalmologists make the transition smoothly.

Resources from AAO and AAOE

To help your practice use ICD-10 successfully, the Academy and the American Academy of Ophthalmic Executives have developed a number of resources to guide you through the transition, including an ophthalmology-specific ICD-10 book, several courses and a growing online library of answers to your questions. Visit aao.org/icd10 to learn more.

Subspecialty Quick Guides

To help you code ICD-10 correctly, the Academy and AAOE have developed several quick-reference guides for common procedures.

View all online news and advice from Academy and AAOE member publications here.