Healthcare Finance Newsday: "AHIMA, AHA back move to ICD-10 as other groups cite high costs"

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  • October 22, 2009
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The Advance Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed), American Hospital Association (AHA) and American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) urged Congress in a letter not to delay adoption of the new ICD-10 diagnosis and coding system.
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  1. Diane Griffin says:

    Renew your mind. Renew your medical record coding system to include ICD-10 diagnosis and coding system. Go forward from here.