Now that the American Medical Association's House of Delegates has adopted a resolution directing the organization to "vigorously work" to stop implementation of the ICD-10 code sets, what comes next?

That's the question facing AMA's Board of Trustees. Under the organization's governance structure, the 520-member House of Delegates creates policy and the board implements it, says board chair Robert Wah, M.D. "If we interpret their policy incorrectly, they'll be the first to tell us," he tells Health Data Management in an interview.

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