ICD-10 education and resources for Oregon providers

According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the ICD-10 implementation date is set for October 1, 2015. Effective on this date, ICD-9 will no longer be accepted. Providers are encouraged to take their ICD-10 training sooner rather than later to help them prepare for ICD-10 documentation specificity requirements.

    ICD-10 education opportunities:
  • ICD-10 Specialty Modules
  • ICD-10 Onsite Education and Regional Webinars
  • ICD-10 Specialty Tip Cards
  • ICD-10 queries from Coders and Clinical Documentation Specialists

Please start adding ICD-10 specificity to your documentation now to be ready for ICD-10 on Oct.1, 2015

  • Online education

    *Disclaimer: The Providence IS Help Desk will not be supporting these apps.
    **Note: Link only accessible within the Providence internal network

  • On-site education
  • Concurrent documentation review by Clinical Documentation Specialists
  • Information Services/Epic Support – details will be provided at a later date

Attestation of Other ICD-10 Education
If you completed comparable ICD-10 specialty education from another source or health system, please send an email to ICD10@providence.org identifying the education you took. If possible, please include a scanned certificate of completion. 

For questions about the on-site sessions or to request a presentation on ICD-10 for your team, please contact:

Jennifer Heck, RN, BSN
Clinical Project Manager
503-215-3474

For Providence Medical Group questions about ICD-10, please contact:
Christine Rosenlund
Clinical Analysis Support Team
503-893-6654

For questions about Providence’s transition to ICD-10, please contact:
Rick Nobleman, JD, PMP
Oregon ICD-10 program manager
503-893-6241

For general questions email: ICD10@providence.org