WEDI Calls for 'Aggressive' ICD-10 Transition Roadmap

The Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange has called on the Department of Health and Human Services to adopt the organization's proposed ICD-10 transition roadmap in order to "minimize continued disruption to the healthcare industry" as a result of the one-year ICD-10 delay.

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I absolutely agree. If CMS refuses to offer end-to-end testing, it sends two messages...First, CMS is not confident in the October 1, 2015 date. Second, CMS is not interested in whether or not organizations will be able to meet end-to-end testing requirements. As for the provider side, it indicates that we are not confident that CMS is ready. Transparency and a broader group of end-to-end testing is the only solution to assure all stakeholders.
Posted by Ava G | Tuesday, June 10 2014 at 3:24PM ET
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