Groups Have Swift, Sharp Reactions to Senate Approval of ICD-10 Delay

Reactions from industry groups to the U.S. Senate's March 31 vote to delay the ICD-10 implementation deadline for another year to October 2015 were swift and sharp.

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Comments (1)
We have just received a decrease in CMS reimbursement. We have purchase our MU software upgrade, and have had a drop in procedures due to confusion of patients with ACA.

We are on the frontlines of healthcare and we understand what Dr. John D. Halamka states:
Dr. John D. Halamka,, chief information officer at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, said the need to prepare for I.C.D.-10 and the Affordable Care Act and to achieve so-called meaningful use of electronic health records all at once could overwhelm computer staffs throughout the health care industry.

It is very overwhelming.
Posted by Davis G | Tuesday, April 01 2014 at 8:20PM ET
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