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Pulse - March 2014

Many healthcare provider CIOs are struggling with two new EHR upgrades for 2014 ONC certification standards. With a deadline fast approaching for ICD-10, though, health IT professionals must integrate them best they can and move on to the second major upgrade of the year. Now, they're scrambling to ensure that their EHR rollouts aren't threatened. Adding to their concerns is the initiative for ICD-10 support -- a new diagnosis coding language that will be implemented nationwide Oct. 1, 2014.

In the face of potentially huge disruptions to EHR rollouts, this issue of Pulse offers expert tips and strategy suggestions so healthcare IT pros can set the stage for success. Organizations ahead of the curve share insight and acumen gained firsthand in their journey to compliance. Readers will also get news and insight from healthcare IT professionals at the HIMSS 2014 conference and exposition in Orlando, Fla.   Access >>>

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