CMS wants to help clinicians and practice managers, especially those in smaller offices and rural office, to plan and prepare for ICD-10 implementation in 2015. For that reason, CMS will be sponsoring free, in-person training focused on how smaller practices should prepare for ICD-10. Note that these are in-person classes. We have training scheduled as shown.  If you are a coder, biller, office manager, or practice manager, please register for a “Billing Office” class. If you are a physician, NP, PA, CSW, RD, or other clinical professional, please sign up for a “Clinicians” class. In many cities, the classes are combined and the audience is shown as “Everyone.” CMS wishes to thank the many individuals who have worked to host and co-sponsor this training. We could not provide this timely service without your help.

CMS is working on additional classes for Anniston, AL (October 13), Tuskegee, AL (October 15), and Columbus, GA (October 15). If you know of a venue in Anniston, Tuskegee, or Columbus, please contact Keith Gilliam, 404-562-3007 or keith.gilliam@cms.hhs.gov.

If CMS is not providing in-person classes near you, check www.roadto10.org for webinars and other helpful information.

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