In the run-up to the October 1 ICD-10 deadline, many providers have completed key steps in the implementation process but still lag behind when it comes to testing, and most expect to continue managing the switchover after the deadline.

Those are among the findings of a new eHealth Initiative survey in conjunction with the American Health Information Management Association. The third annual survey of 271 providers, conducted May-June 2015, measured preparedness for ICD-10 implementation/testing as well as perceptions of the financial, operational, and clinical impact of transitioning to the new code set.

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