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In a landslide 392 to 37 vote, the US House of Representatives this morning passed legislation that provides a permanent replacement to the Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) that has vexed healthcare providers for more than a decade. The bill, H.R. 2, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, did not include any references to ICD-10 implementation or an ICD-10 delay.
The nominating committee for AHIMA’s Grace Award, which recognizes healthcare delivery organizations that take “an outstanding and innovative approach to health information management,” will be accepting applications through May 17.
This morning bipartisan leaders of the US House Energy and Commerce and House Ways and Means Committees introduced a bill that, if passed, would permanently replace Medicare’s Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR). The bill, H.R. 2, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, did not include any language related to an ICD-10 delay as of press time, though AHIMA’s advocacy staff has said they are monitoring the proceedings closely for any potential amendments.