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ICD-10 conversion costs are less than expected, AHIMA reports

Health IT SmartBrief | Nov 17, 2014

The estimated cost of ICD-10 conversion for small physician practices ranged from $1,900 to $5,900, significantly lower than a 2008 estimate of $22,560 to $105,506, researchers reported in the Journal of AHIMA. The findings demonstrate that ICD-10 conversion is highly attainable among small practices and less burdensome than previously thought, AHIMA CEO Lynne Thomas Gordon said. Healthcare Informatics online (11/14)


New office to support CMS' data transparency effort

Health IT SmartBrief | Nov 20, 2014

CMS streamlines reporting for PQRS, other programs

Health IT SmartBrief | Nov 18, 2014

Heavy traffic leaves HealthCare.gov visitors lined up

Health IT SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

Digital innovation center to be opened in Boston

Health IT SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

Health IT use may keep physicians from seeing new patients

Health IT SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

Agency to host call on federal program changes

Health IT SmartBrief | Nov 21, 2014

Study: By 2020, U.S. health care cloud market could hit $3.5B

Health IT SmartBrief | Nov 18, 2014

Alliance urges congressional leaders to push ICD-10 transition in 2015

Health IT SmartBrief | Nov 20, 2014

Online tool assesses cardiovascular disease risk

Health IT SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014


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