Time to Get Serious About Facing the Transition to International Classification of Diseases – 10

Digital Edition, March 20, 2014


The American Medical Association has asked the federal government to “reconsider” the mandate to adopt the new ICD-10 code sets, citing that compliance cost for physicians have just about tripled since 2008. The figures are prompting widespread concern. However, The American Health Information Management Association has urged the Department of Health and Human Services to stay the course. Learn what physicians and vendors are doing to prepare for the inevitable change to disease classifications and how they are meeting the challenges that lie ahead.


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