Matthew was a pivotal voice in the preparedness of several health systems across the United States in the implementation of ICD-10 in 2015. Matthew worked closely with large and small provider groups, and accrediting organizations, to ensure teams were properly trained and prepared for the October 1 implementation date. This included developing course content and facilitating training classes for learners in a variety of roles (Medical Directors, Nurses, Coders, Coding Managers, HIM officers, and more).
In addition to his work as a training resource, Matthew wrote a book on the ICD-10 topic that was well-received and sold well across several distribution channels. His book held a spot on the Top 100 Paid books on Amazon for 9 weeks.