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BREAKING: One-Year Delay on ICD-10 to October 2014 Finalized

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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.

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Source: ModernHealthcare.com

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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