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WEDI's Latest ICD-10 Survey: It's Not Getting Any Prettier

Tom Sullivan | Government Health IT | December 17, 2013

Don't look now but the thought-leading report on ICD-10 readiness determined a digression, at least among survey participants. Read More »

What's Being Done to Oppose and Support ICD-10 Implementation

Carl Natale | Government Health IT | January 30, 2012

The American Medical Association has taken the next step in its vigorous opposition to ICD-10 implementation. This week, James L. Madara, MD, the AMA's executive vice president and CEO, wrote a letter asking Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Boehner to stop implementation of ICD-10-CM/PCS.

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What’s In Store For Health IT In 2014?

Brian Ahier | HL7 Standards | January 23, 2014

2013 was a good year for health IT and has laid the foundation for 2014 to be the biggest year ever for the industry. Read More »

Why Is Healthcare IT Under Fire?

Brian Eastwood | CIO | November 10, 2014

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT has lost several key figures in recent months. An economic report suggests that meaningful use may have been a waste of money. Why is healthcare IT under such duress?...

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“Hard To See Value” In ICD-10 For Physicians, Analytics

Jennifer Bresnick | EHR Intelligence | October 10, 2013

[...] Experts have tried to clean up [the image of ICD-10] by praising the added specificity and granularity of the data that will result from the more than 140,000 codes, but it’s a hard sell to providers already drowning in EHR adoption, meaningful use, the ACA, and quality improvement reforms.  Is ICD-10 worth it? Read More »