Training Tools & Resources

AHIMA’s ICD-10 Training Tools, Resources & FAQs

AHIMA has developed a comprehensive set of Training Tools, Resources, and FAQs to help you prepare for ICD-10/PCS implementation. AHIMA’s Role-Based Training model identifies key tasks or milestones that must be completed within specific time frames by specific organizations and in some cases specific roles within organizations.

CHIA Offers Complimentary PowerPoint Tool for ICD-10 Implementation Training

An ICD-10 PowerPoint to promote awareness of ICD-10 implementation and to promote consistency with messaging is available at no cost to you. The ICD-10 101 PowerPoint is an excellent tool, developed by CHIA’s Coding and Data Quality Committee as a way to help members promote awareness of ICD-10 implementation as well as to provide consistency with messaging within their organizations. You are encouraged to download the PowerPoint, edit it as necessary for your needs within your own organization, for presentation to medical staff, health information management staff, and others within your organization.

ICD-10-CM/PCS Training Tip of the Month (CHIA Journal issue)

ICD-10-PCS Tip of the Month (CHIA Journal issue)

ICD-10 Coding Tip of the Month (CHIA Journal Issue)

Anatomy & Physiology Tip of the Month (CHIA Journal Issue)

ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Compliance Date

The date that healthcare providers, payers, and other covered entities in the United States will be required to start using ICD-10-CM/PCS will not be earlier than October 1, 2015.

A smooth, successful transition by the compliance date requires a well-planned and well-managed implementation process. Proper planning and preparation are critical so organizations can leverage their ICD-10 investments and move beyond mere compliance to achieve strategic advantage.

CMS ICD-10 Resources for Providers, Payers, Vendors

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) ICD-10 Website includes resources to help providers, payers and vendors with the U.S. health care industry’s transition to ICD-10. On the CMS site you can also: