ICD-10 Reaches the One Year Mark

CMS-ICD10-200On October 1, 2015, the U.S. health care system transitioned to ICD-10.

As CMS Acting Administrator Andy Slavitt noted in a blog post, the transition succeeded because of unprecedented cooperation among providers, payers, clearinghouses, vendors, and the rest of the health care community.

One year later, CMS (@CMSGov) remains committed to helping you maintain your ICD-10 progress. The CMS ICD-10 website features official resources, including:

Keep Up to Date on ICD-10
Visit the CMS ICD-10 website for the latest news and official resources, including the next steps toolkit and a contact list for provider Medicare and Medicaid questions.