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The ICD-10 Saga—Lost Years and Hard Lessons

A new commentary from Rich Averill in the Journal of AHIMA examines arguments from ICD-10 proponents and opponents alike and discusses takeaway lessons from the transition that the industry can employ for future policy changes.

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The ICD-10 Transition: Crisis Averted or Imaginary?

Sue Bowman, MJ, RHIA, CCS, FAHIMA, examines the ICD-10 transition and asks whether an implementation crisis was averted or imaginary.

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Evaluating the ICD-10 transition

Two new articles in the Journal of AHIMA examine how stakeholders have handled the ICD-10 transition so far and how the industry can fully realize the benefits of this advanced coding system.

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Organizations from across the industry weigh in on their experiences with ICD-10

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New CMS Blog: Lessons Learned and Reflections on the Successful Implementation of ICD-10

In this blog from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Acting Administrator Andy Slavitt recounts his experience with the transition to ICD-10 and provides 4 lessons learned.

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CMS Updates the Industry on ICD-10 Transition

CMS has been carefully monitoring the transition to ICD-10 and is pleased to report that claims are processing normally.

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A historic moment for U.S. healthcare

The long-awaited US transition to ICD-10 on October 1st is a historic moment in US healthcare history and a major milestone in the evolving transformation of our 21st century healthcare delivery system.

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Why Non-Covered Entities Must Adopt ICD-10

Organizations not covered by the HIPAA, or “non-covered entities,” are not required to transition to ICD-10, but are strongly encouraged to do so.

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Coalition for ICD-10 Comments on Final CMS End-to-end Testing

The Coalition for ICD-10 commends the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) on the success of its July end-to-end testing.

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Coalition comments on CMS clarification of the July 6th CMS/AMA announcement

CMS has issued a clarification and FAQ about the July 6th joint CMS/AMA announcement.

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