HHS proposes one-year delay for ICD-10 compliance

04/9/2012 | Government Health IT online · HealthLeaders Media

HHS seeks to push back the ICD-10 compliance deadline to Oct. 1, 2014, a one-year delay that could cost the industry $1 billion to $6.5 billion, according to an online document expected to be released April 17 in the Federal Register. In proposing the delay, HHS cites two surveys showing how far behind health care groups are in the switch to ICD-10.

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