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Welcome to our special ICD-10 issue. As the October 1st, 2014, deadline approaches, we're doing everything we can to help make your practice's transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 as smooth as possible. Check out the resources below, and connect with us on Twitter and Facebook to get all our latest ICD-10 updates instantly.

Prepare Your Practice for ICD-10:
MediTouch is ICD-10 Ready Today

As one of the few EHRs that are completely ready for ICD-10 today, MediTouch is here to help your practice ease into ICD-10. Our ICD-10 resource center provides useful links and resources, and answers questions such as "Why the change to ICD-10?" and "How do I get ready in time?" – along with information on code structure and training.

Practice Your ICD-10 Coding with HealthFusion's ICD-10 Conversion Tool

Even though the number of new ICD-10 codes may feel overwhelming, remember that your practice doesn't have to learn every code – but you do need to learn the codes used for your specialty. Use our ICD-9 to ICD-10 conversion tool to learn more about what may be the appropriate new code to use for a similar diagnosis.

If you are already a MediTouch user, you can start practicing ICD-10 coding right in our system today, since all ICD-10 codes have already been pre-programmed into our database. You will find side-by-side buttons for ICD-9 and ICD-10 coding, allowing you to easily see both codes for each diagnosis. And we will of course continue to support ICD-9 until the very last payer has finished the transition to ICD -10.

Monthly Contest:
Share Your Funniest ICD-10 Code to Win!

Here’s your chance to show off your ICD-10 knowledge and win a prize! Every month, we will reward the funniest ICD-10 code submitted by our readers with a $10 Starbucks gift card and a copy of the book Struck by Orca, a humorous, illustrated look at ICD-10. From “Attacked by polar bear” to “Burn due to water-skis on fire, subsequent encounter,” we want to hear the funniest codes you can come up with – but you must include the correct coding! Click here to enter the contest.