The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has canceled ICD-10 testing scheduled for late July.

In a policy reversal, CMS had previously announced in February that it would offer "end-to-end" ICD-10 testing for a "small sample group of providers" in late July, despite previously declaring that it would not conduct any external testing for providers. However, pressured by industry groups calling for CMS to reconsider its position, the agency capitulated. But, now those plans have been shelved until next year.

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