March 2014 ICD-10 Regional Forums Inclement Weather Notice

March 11, 2014

If the state closes offices due to inclement weather during any of the scheduled forums, the forum will be rescheduled. There will be no specific notification sent to forum registrants if the state shuts down in the county the forum is being held, so please check your local news/radio station for updates if inclement weather occurs. MaineCare is hosting regional ICD-10 forums this week. The purpose of the forums are to help Maine’s provider community get ready for the ICD-10 transition and answer questions you may have. Each forum will consist of a presentation about ICD-10. Topics include explanation of ICD-10, how it will impact providers, what providers can do to prepare, and a Q&A session. All providers, including administrators, billing staff, and clinicians, as well as other members of the health care community seeking information about ICD-10, are encouraged to attend. Locations, dates, and times of the remaining forums are listed below:

  • Wednesday, March 12th, 10 AM-12 PM: Lucerne Inn, Overlook Building (Dedham)

  • Thursday, March 13th, 10 AM-12 PM: Augusta Civic Center, Penobscot Room (Augusta)

  • Thursday, March 13th, 10 AM-12 PM: Webinar option (details will be sent upon registration)

  • Friday, March 14th, 10AM-12PM: Fireside Inn & Suites, Sebago Room (Portland)

Register Now! Because space is limited, please preregister by clicking here. You will have several forums and a webinar option to choose from. You will be asked to provide your name, role, contact information, the name of your organization, NPI, and provider type. You will also have an opportunity to submit questions about ICD-10. Those selecting the webinar option will receive an email with the link after registration. If you have questions about registration, please send them to

For more information about ICD-10, go to MaineCare’s ICD-10 webpage or CMS’s ICD-10 Provider Resources’ webpage. Please send questions about ICD-10 to MaineCare’s ICD-10 email box.