Wednesday, November 19, 2014
ASK CONGRESS TODAY FOR TWO-YEAR ICD-10 DELAY
Have you faxed or mailed your letter to your U.S. representative yet, asking him or her to support a two-year delay in ICD-10? Texans in House leadership tell us there’s a good chance we can move the mandatory ICD-10 implementation date backward two more years from Oct. 1, 2015. But it will take a grassroots show of support from medicine. Cut and paste our sample letter onto your personal stationery, then send it to your representative by mail or by fax. It’s important the letter is on your personal stationery. And please add your own reasons why ICD-10 is a bad idea.
Posted by Steve Levine at 2:43 PM