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    Hi, I failed the ICD-9-CM assessment exam for the second time, so I need a little advice.

    In order to train for ICD-10, do I need to pass the certification exam for ICD-9? If not, is it worth skipping the ICD-9 certification exam to train up for ICD-10 since ICD-9 will be basically useless soon?

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    Given, at the earliest, that ICD-10 won't be a certification test until 2016 you'd be putting what skills and knowledge you do have to waste.

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