Posts tagged ‘survey’

March 2, 2012

Survey: ICD-10 delay could make things worse

A survey of senior healthcare professionals shows that a one-year ICD-10 would be “costly, but manageable,” but a two-year delay could be “catastrophic.”

Data exchange group Edifecs polled the professionals, the majority of whom also said that the delay will do nothing to improve readiness for the implementation, but could hinder other healthcare reform efforts.

“Costs are likely to spiral higher, and valuable resources may be lost as the industry waits for the outcome of CMS’ process to determine whether the deadline will slide,” the survey states.


June 17, 2011

NAHC begins face-to-face survey … let’s help!

NAHC is conducting a nationwide physician survey regarding  face-to-face home health requirements. NAHC will be meeting with Medicare soon regarding face-to-face and wants to have as much data as possible.

The survey is attached here and the survey deadline is June 24.

Here is the survey: