The article below was published on 6-11-14 by Diagnostic Imaging. It provides an overview of different approaches being taken by EHR vendors to address the change from ICD-9 to ICD-10, now scheduled for October 1, 2015.
Depending on their terminology strategy some vendor’s transition to ICD-10 will be relatively seamless. However, some EHRs models may require a significant level of effort on the part of their users. Users have been given an additional 12 months to learn how to manage the transition to ICD-10 and how it will impact their EHRs.
The full article is available at: EHRs and the ICD-10 Transition: Planning for 2015