ICD-10 Summit Attendees Disappointed by Delay

Healthcare stakeholders continue to express their disappointment over the delay in the ICD-10 implementation deadline. A poll taken during the American Health Information Management Associationís ICD-10 Summit, which was held last week in Washington, found that 88 percent of attendees were disappointed by the extension of the code switchover.

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So they now can not make more money implimenting one more thing that will cost me money. Let CMS construct approved crosswalks and make all insurers test them for 3 months so they work. Then certify the readiness of the system prior to the switch. We do not need another OBAMA BOMB like with the insurance exchanges killing cash flow. Maybe think about suspending MU 3 until ICD 10 is working. As a Dr. is small practice we can not handle any more major projects and also give our pts. the time they deserve. Good pt care should come first!
Posted by mackley | Tuesday, April 29 2014 at 7:16AM ET
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