Results from a week of ICD-10 acknowledgement testing in November with Medicare fee-for-service contractors indicates some providers may have more work ahead to master a relatively easy task.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in a report on results gave itself a top grade, saying: “Testing did not identify any issues with the Medicare FFS claims systems.” Yet, the agency also said the tests were an opportunity for testers and CMS each to learn lessons about processing ICD-10 claims.

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