AMA does not recommend bypassing ICD-10, report says

05/14/2013 | EHR Intelligence

The American Medical Association issued a report saying it is not advocating the idea of moving straight to ICD-11 and skipping ICD-10. "Focusing solely on moving from ICD-9 to ICD-11 risks missing the opportunity to educate physicians and leaving them unprepared for the anticipated transition to ICD-10, which could result in significant cash flow disruptions," according to the report.

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