New data suggests that the estimated costs, time and resources required by small physician offices to convert to ICD-10 are “dramatically lower” than initially estimated.

The data, published online in the Journal of AHIMA, also indicates that physicians and their office staff, vendors and health plans have made considerable progress on ICD-10 implementation with fewer resources than previously estimated.

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