Survey examines providers' response to ICD-10 transition delay

04/25/2014 | EHR Intelligence

Almost three-quarters of 1,100 providers who participated in a Part B News survey said they will stick with their original ICD-10 transition plans even though the deadline to convert to the new codes was moved to 2015. Documentation improvement, staff resistance to the transition and insufficient testing opportunities are among the top ICD-10 implementation obstacles cited by participants. The report also revealed that around one-third of providers are disappointed with the delay, while 13% support the delay because it will give them additional time to prepare for the transition.

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