ICD-10 Transition October 1, 2015

October 1, 2015, healthcare payers, including Medicare, will shift from ICD-9 diagnosis codes to ICD-10.

American HomePatient will support our payor and provider partners through the transition as needed to protect our patients on rental avoid out of pocket cost.

If you are a clinician who referred a patient to American HomePatient who is impacted by the transition, you will hear from us to update the medical record if a one to one ICD-10 match is not available. You may reach out to your local branch any time for additional information.

Look up corresponding codes for conversion here, using either ICD-9 or ICD-10: http://www.icd10data.com/Convert

We also offer a crosswalk tool on common diagnoses herehttp://ahom.com/_content_assets/files/ICD-9%20to%20ICD-10%20Crosswalk.pdf

For additional information, visit Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services website: http://www.medicaid.gov/Medicaid-CHIP-Program-Information/By-Topics/Data-and-Systems/ICD-Coding/ICD-10-Changes-from-ICD-9.html