In brief: ICD-10 delay is final, patent case nears trial

April 9, 2014 WASHINGTON – President Obama has signed a “doc fix” bill that delays ICD-10 implementation for at least one year, until Oct. 1, 2015. The Senate passed the bill last week, and the House of Representatives passed the bill on March 27. The “doc fix” bill prevents a 24% cut in physician pay for another year, until April 1, 2015. Read more HERE

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LUIS moves to the next phase of development…

May 30, 2013 …Integrating HMIS to meaningfully treat people holistically, minimize overlap, and increase efficiency. Read the article here in Pennsylvania County News January/February 2013

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One-year delay on ICD-10 to October 2014 finalized

August 27, 2012  

By Maureen McKinney

Posted: August 24, 2012 – 12:45 pm ET

The federal government has finalized a one-year delay in the compliance deadline for the nationwide conversion to ICD-10 code sets. The delay, first proposed in April, will move the compliance deadline to Oct. 1, 2014.

HHS said the extra time would allow healthcare organizations—small organizations in particular—adequate time to get ready for the changeover.

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