ICD-10: A Look Back at 2015

(Source – CMS.gov)

While there were many things to celebrate during 2015, we at the Centers of Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) National Standards Group (NSG) see the transition to ICD-10 as one of the year’s big accomplishments. Although many in the industry are still adjusting to ICD-10, we think everyone will agree that the unprecedented cooperation within the health care community is something we can all celebrate. Everyone, from providers and hospitals, to clearinghouses, payers, and vendors, are working together to ensure that the switch to ICD-10 is going as smoothly as possible.

Here at NSG, we look forward to continued cooperation and collaboration in 2016. Happy holidays!

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