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Here are four assessment areas your practice can use to develop training for the ICD-10 medical coding system transition.

A medical practice director who worked hard to prepare for ICD-10 implementation says the delay comes at a heavy cost.

Whether they think it is good or bad news, savvy physicians will use the extra time to prepare their practices for the ICD-10 coding transition wisely.

Whether your medical practice was ready to implement ICD-10 in October 2014 or not, here's what you need to do to get ready for the transition in 2015.

The ICD-10 implementation delay was cause for celebration for many medical practices, but it angered and frustrated many in the healthcare industry.

Robert Tennant, senior policy adviser of government affairs for the Medical Group Management Association, discusses the ICD-10 delay.

Congress decided that physicians need one more year to prepare for ICD-10. Here's what it means for your medical practice and the healthcare industry overall.


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