Ana Croxton is worried about gridlock. And has good reason to be since she works in Atlanta, the city that was brought to its knees three weeks ago when two inches of snow and ice blanketed highways and freeways.

She’s not worried about the kind that happens on the highway during a bad snowstorm when everyone is trying to get to their destinations at the same time. Croxton is worried about the kind that will occur if too many providers wait to perform ICD-10 end-to-end testing.

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