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Resistance is futile: Why you should embrace ICD-10

The thought of transitioning to ICD-10 and its 68,000 diagnosis codes might have you shaking in your boots. You might also be doing anything in your power to deny the inevitable — possibly to the point of eschewing any of the noted benefits of ICD-10. Sure, it'll...

source: By Charlotte Bohnett
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