Analytical Approaches Are Helping Healthcare Organizations Weather the ICD-10 Transition
The magnitude of what's in store for healthcare organizations in coming months is coming to light. New payment and delivery models and other government policy changes present substantial, concurrent risks to cash flow and patient care reimbursements. But perhaps no other initiative will disrupt hospital operations more than ICD-10, which goes into effect on Oct. 1, 2014.
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