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HDM Readers React to AMA's Fight with ICD-10

November 17, 2011 - Health Data Management readers are commenting on the American Medical Association's decision to "vigorously work" to stop implementation of the ICD-10 code sets, and their reactions are mixed. Here's a sampling:

AHIMA, Forbes Sound Off on AMA's ICD-10 Stance

November 17, 2011 - Among reaction to the American Medical Association's vow to fight implementation of ICD-10, the American Health Information Management Association and Forbes magazine take decidedly different views.

CMS Grants a HIPAA 5010 Grace Period

Huge Breach at Sutter

Wireless Glucose Management Product Gets FDA OK

Medicare Pilots Three Revenue Cycle Programs

AMA Plans to Fight ICD-10

New Optum Research Unit Eyes Accountable Care

VA Touts Success at Meeting I.T. Milestones

Radiology and I.T.: Finding Common Ground

Feature Articles

Clearing the Way

June 1, 2011 - Switching clearinghouses pays off for cardiovascular group practice.

My Two Cents

Exchange Architect

February 1, 2011 - William Tierney got into medical informatics in 1980 as a fresh Indiana University medical school grad invited to teach internal medicine.

Corporate Strategy

Sorting Through Medicare RAC Audits

March 1, 2011 - Providers and vendors share experiences and tips about Medicare's new billing audits.

Case Study

HIPAA 5010 Puts Providers in I.T. Triage

March 1, 2011 - Although the forthcoming 5010 claims standard offers some benefits, meeting its 2012 deadline will be difficult for providers struggling to meet meaningful use.

Special Report

Is Telehealth Finally Ready to Answer the Call?

April 1, 2011 - Traditional telehealth services are expanding well beyond store-and-forward radiology consults. But the industry is still trying to figure out remote patient monitoring.

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