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Hurry Up and Wait
The task of reinvigorating coding departments to prepare for ICD-10 is complicated by the continuing skepticism surrounding the actual implementation of the new codes.

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Doctors complain that they waste an average of 48 minutes per day, or this number of hours per week, when they record the health information of their patients into digital records, according to study findings published in the online edition of JAMA Internal Medicine.

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