Sponsored by National Medical Billing Services | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | (636) 273-6711

AHIMA: 88% of Providers Displeased With ICD-10 Delay

Share on Facebook
The majority, 88 percent, of American Health Information Management Association survey respondents reported "disappointment" in regards to the ICD-10 delay, according to an EHR Intelligence report.

The survey also found:

•    Half of respondents plan to move ahead with ICD-10 implementation on a voluntary basis
•    42 percent of respondents report that their organizations have already spent $1 million on transition preparation
•    91 percent of respondents are against implementing ICD-10 in different states
•    54 percent of respondents want to maintain the partial code freeze during the grace period

More Articles on Coding and Billing:
ASC Implant Carve-Outs: Opportunities, Challenges & 4 Best Practices
AAPC: 8 Waived Tests for 2014
How ASC Leaders Can Make the Most of the ICD-10 Delay: Q&A With  Betty Gomez of ZirMed

© Copyright ASC COMMUNICATIONS 2012. Interested in LINKING to or REPRINTING this content? View our policies by clicking here.

 

New from Becker's ASC Review

5 articles on price transparency in the ASC industry

Read Now