ICD-10 training is rapidly becoming the sort of buzzword that gets everyone rolling their eyes and having nightmarish visions of death by a thousand PowerPoints. It’s true that the subject matter can be dry, and people are rapidly transitioning into training fatigue. That fatigue will lead to complacency and finally to apathy. With the news that there can be hundreds of new ICD-10 codes coming in the next year, the unfortunate truth is that we can’t really let up off the gas pedal. In 2016, the prospect of educators facing burned-out and uninterested audiences will be more of a reality than any time I can remember in the last 20 years. The challenge will be to find presentation styles and strategies to continue engaging audiences in a manner that increases information retention, interest, and attendance.