Keep Coders Happy for a Smoother ICD-10 Switch
Health Leaders Media report.
Coders currently have a 1.7 percent unemployment rate, nearly half of last year's rate.
Here are three ways to take care of coder's needs for a better transition.
1. Provide schedule flexibility.
2. Stay salary competitive.
3. Manage resistance from older, less adaptable workers.
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