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    • Texas Physicians Seek Grace Period From Looming Disaster

      Physician leaders from three states have joined the Texas Medical Association (TMA) in asking the federal government to help doctors dodge disaster by adopting a two-year, penalty-free grace period to shift to the new ICD-10 medical billing and coding system. “Even those practices that are most prepared for this transition tell us they worry about the confusion and reduced productivity they expect to accompany ICD-10,” the letter says. “The quite realistic prospect of reams of denied and significantly delayed claims raises the specter of financial disaster or bankruptcy for many small practices.”
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