e-Reports 7-29-2021

ICD-10-CM codes now available for FY 2022

[7/29/2021]

ICD-10-CM codes for the 2022 fiscal year are now available on the 2022 ICD-10-CM webpage and are effective starting Oct. 1. These codes should be used for discharges and patient encounters on or after Oct. 1, 2021, through Sept. 30, 2022.

AMA releases summary of No Surprises Act interim final rule

[7/29/2021]

The AMA has released its summary of the interim final rule implementing some provisions of the No Surprises Act.

COVID-19 vaccine provider toolkit now available

[7/29/2021]

The Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) has begun mailing toolkits to Indiana physicians to help them enroll to administer the COVID-19 vaccine and to promote the vaccine to patients.

Indiana Drug Card helps save on medications

[7/29/2021]

Even with changes to insurance plans for 2021, one benefit remains the same. The Indiana Drug Card is available to all Indiana residents at absolutely no cost.

Opioid CME Series continues with “Pain Control in the Surgical Patient”
 

[7/29/2021]

The next live webinar in the 2021 Opioid CME Series, presented by ISMA, is “Pain Control in the Surgical Patient,” on Aug. 12.

Educate patients about vaccinations at pre-travel appointments

[7/29/2021]

Each year, Americans make more than 400 million trips to other countries, and the CDC estimates approximately 43% to 79% of travelers that visit low- and middle-income countries become ill during their time abroad.

Convention: Help determine our legislative agenda!

[7/29/2021]

For the next two weeks, until Aug. 15, you can make your voice heard on any or all of these issues – and more – by giving feedback on resolutions submitted by ISMA members.

Convention: ISMA Events app; new AMA delegation candidate

[7/29/2021]

We have some updates to share about the virtual 172nd Annual ISMA Convention, Sept. 10-12.

ISMA opposes VA plan to preempt state scope of practice laws

[7/29/2021]

ISMA has joined the AMA and other state and national medical societies in a July 29 letter to Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary Denis McDonough, opposing the “Federal Supremacy Project.”