The first two weeks of the ICD-10 transition were all about providers making sure they could select the right codes from the right information systems, submit claims to insurers and avoid large-scale claims rejections.

“In large part, we have seen that,” says Stanley Nachimson, a long-time official at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and now a consultant at Nachimson Advisors.

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