At a glance: Medical coding system updates for 2020-2021

Every set of standardized clinical terminology has routine adjustments and updates. For some, there are annual revisions and for others, changes happen multiple times a year. Then, there are the medical coding terms that need to be added off-cycle. Having trouble keeping up? We’re here to help.
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When it comes to the major standardized clinical terminologies, like the ICD-10-CM, SNOMED CT, LOINC and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT), there are a lot of dates to remember. What code systems update annually, and which ones happen twice a year? When can the off-cycle changes occur? How should I keep track of all these updates?

With IMO’s code calendar for 2020-2021, there’s no need to worry about forgetting a key date anymore. Bookmark or download the infographic to get all of the critical information streamlined and organized in one spot.

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