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Celebrating ICD-10

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ICD-10 launches Oct. 1


For coding assistance, contact our Coding Hotline from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. at (843) 402-1305 or (843) 402-1092. Or contact Suzie Green at (843) 751-6682.

For eCW assistance, contact: eCW help at (843) 724-2400 or ecwhelp@RSFH.com.

For general ICD-10 issues, questions or resource requests, contact our ICD-10 Command Center at (843) 402-5242 or ICD10Help@RSFH.com.

Coding Functional Committee celebrates readiness for ICD-10 launch

Members of the Coding Functional Committee met on Aug. 14 to celebrate the work they have accomplished as a group for the ICD-10 go live date of Oct 1. [Read more…]

ICD-10 NetLearning deadline is July 31



Teammates who are required to complete ICD-10 training on NetLearning must do so by July 31.  [Read more…]

Master ICD-10 like a ninja


Ninjas are highly trained masters of martial arts who operate effortlessly and efficiently.

That’s basically how we want you to use ICD-10 — with ninja-like skill.

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ICD-10 team celebrates one-year countdown with lunch

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ICD-10 launch: One year countdown commences today


We’re officially one year out from implementing ICD-10. Here are the top five things you need to know about ICD-10: [Read more…]

ICD-10 delayed but RSF moving forward


A new law has postponed the transition to ICD-10 to no sooner than Oct. 1, 2015. While we believe we were in a good position to make the transition this year, it is important for us to take advantage of this delay and ensure we are fully prepared for the true implementation date.

Federal officials are expected to release a final rule soon that would require the use of ICD-10 beginning Oct. 1, 2015.

The delay will not deter our commitment to this important initiative. We want to ensure Roper St. Francis is in the best possible position to use the new system as soon as 2015. Some training will be delayed until next year, but we will continue to review documentation, train our clinical documentation improvement nurses and coders, provide physician feedback, analyze data, improve processes and dual code our medical records. We also will work to ensure our technology and reporting is ICD-10 compliant.

Although the timeline for implementing ICD-10 is beyond our control, we know that you – our teammates – have been working hard on this change, and we want to thank you for your effort.

We will continue to keep you informed of our progress, and please check our ICD-10 website for further updates.

Bret Johnson

Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer