HHS Intends to Delay ICD-10 for ‘Certain Health Care Entities’

The Department of Health and Human Services on Feb. 16 issued a statement announcing its intent to push back the Oct. 1, 2013, compliance deadline for ICD-10 “for certain health care entities:”

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Comments (1)
Seems about time someone had some idea on staging how all Health IT should progress. As I sit here I'm still waiting for Govt. to release Stage 2 meaningful use and to creat nation wide HIE's. If they can not get these done, why subject healthcare to unreasonable goals? Let's vote the idiot's out and take back healthcare from the govt. and laywers!
Posted by mackley | Friday, February 17 2012 at 12:11PM ET
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