Department of Health and Human Services compliance date for ICD 10 implementation is October 1, 2015. 

AHIMA ICD-10 Information CE Information

Four New CMS ICD-10 Implementation Handbooks Now Available! – Click Here!

WHO ICD-10 Resources


CMS Resources

  • CMS ICD-10 Information
  • 2012 ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Code Books, Official Coding Guidelines and Implementation Timelines can be accessed and downloaded at the CMS ICD10 website
  • CMS Quick Reference Information ICD-10-CM Classification Enhancements
  • Medscape Modules Available on ICD-10 – CMS, through Medscape Education, has released two ICD-10 video lectures and an expert article providing practical guidance for the ICD-10 transition. The video lectures are specifically for physicians, while the article covers more general topics for all health care providers. Continuing medical education (CME) credits are available to physicians who complete the modules, and anyone who completes them can receive a certificate of completion.
    The modules are free. You can use the links below to access them. If you are not a member of Medscape, you will first be prompted to fill out a brief registration form. The videos, ICD-10: A Guide for Small and Medium Practices and ICD-10: A Guide for Large Practices, feature Daniel J. Duvall, MD, MBA, medical officer with the Hospital and Ambulatory Policy Group at CMS, describe:
    • Global differences between ICD-9 and ICD-10
    • How ICD-10 will have different impacts on practices of different sizes
    • Basic transition planning steps and resources

For questions or technical assistance with the CME modules, please contact Medscape at CME@medscape.net.

AHIMA Resources

American Hospital Association Resource