When the costly and exhausting transition to the ICD-10 coding system occurred in October, some experts within the healthcare industry expected large-scale disruption and cataclysmic hits to providers’ cash flow.

But dire predictions about negative effects of the move didn’t come to pass and now, eight months later, one of the leading organizations tracking the transition says its most recent survey shows minimal effects.

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