American Medical News: ICD-10 delay frees physicians to focus on other practice needs
With the ICD-10 implementation date still up in the air many physicians now have some additional time to get other pressing issues worked out. In a recent American Medical News article, AAPC national advisory board president Cyndi Stewart, CPC, CPC-H, CPMA, CPC-I was highlighted as one of the experts on the subject.
“Practices that already have a system designed to meet ICD-10 regulations will benefit from the delay by having more time to work on identifying weaknesses and meeting the level of detail needed for proper ICD-10 coding,” she stated in the article.
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