Providers Take Stock of ICD-10 Planning, Factor in Delay

With a delay in the ICD-10 implementation deadline by at least one year, providers around the country are evaluating their next moves with regard to the code switchover. However, without specific guidance from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on the exact date, healthcare organizations that were well into the process of training and preparing for the ICD-10 transition are now left in a regulatory limbo.

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