Because ICD-10 affects so many aspects of provider operations, some problems are to be expected. But what should be done if those difficulties snowball and pose a threat to operations?

Although no one wants to think of “worst case scenarios” when it comes to ICD-10, providers are well-advised to know what to do if obvious issues arise and can’t be dealt with quickly. A panel of provider executives shared some ideas with Health Data Management’s Fred Bazzoli for dealing with serious ICD-10 issues.

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