Friday 27 January 2023
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Episode 3: #ICD10 Roundtable – Practical steps to deal with the delay

Kathy McCoy

Kathy McCoy

The roundtable: Discussing and debating the key challenges and opportunities from diverse perspectives (those advising the industry) on replacing the ICD-9 code sets used to report medical diagnoses and inpatient procedures with the ICD-10 codes.

Today’s panelists:

Todd Schnick, Host and moderator
Joe Lavelle, Co-host and Owner of Results1st Consulting
Brad Justus, Account Exec. with Kforce Healthcare
Kathy McCoy, Director of Content Marketing, Healthfusion





Brad Justus

Brad Justus

Today’s discussion guide:

1. Do you feel the industry was going to be ready for ICD-10 on Oct 1?
2. What is your organization doing in reaction to the delay?
3. How should different stakeholders react to the delay? What should they be doing?
4. What are some opportunities available because of the delay?
5. What should be done to incent the procrastinators? How can they be incented to be ready next time?
6. How would you advise CMS to proceed?
7. What other advice do you have for those listening.




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JOE LAVELLE is a Healthcare Management and Technology Consultant with a record of successfully meeting the business and technology challenges of diverse organizations including health plans, health delivery networks, and health care companies for 25 years. Joe worked his way up through Cap Gemini and Andersen Consulting to the partner/VP level of at First Consulting Group, Technology Solutions Group and Santa Rosa Consulting. After running his own company, Results First Consulting, for 12 years Joe Co-Founded intrepidNow with Todd Schnick to create incredible content to dramatically improve the sales and marketing efforts of their clients.

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