ICD-10 Preparation Resources

In preparation for the upcoming transition to ICD-10, American Academy of Physician Assistants has created an ICD-10 informational webpage containing general resources, resources by specialty and state and frequently asked questions. Although the ICD-10 transition began on October 1, there is still time to prepare to ensure you have a seamless transition and reduce the likelihood of delays or denials of payments.

2015 White Coat Ceremony for UND PA Students

Students anticipating 2016 graduation.

Women's Way expands program eligility

Women’s Way, North Dakota’s Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program, provides a way to pay for breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic follow-up for low income women who are underinsured or uninsured. Women’s Way has been available for women between the ages of 40 through 64, but there has been a gap in coverage for younger women who are in need of preventative services but cannot afford to pay. To close this gap, Women’s Way announces the expansion of program eligibility for women 21 to 39 years of age who meet specific eligibility requirements which can be found on the Women’s Way website at www.ndhealth.gov/womensway.


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