When asked what they thought of the American Medical Association’s push for a two-year extension of the implementation of ICD-10, 77 percent of responding listeners to the weekly live Internet radio program Talk-Ten-Tuesday said the “AMA should stop and get on board with everyone else.”


While 10 percent of respondents agreed with the AMA’s stance, 9 percent said, “somebody just tell me what to do.” Typically, about 80 percent of the program’s audience is made up of providers, not vendors. The poll was conducted during the May 22 broadcast, when 4 percent of respondents said they just didn’t care anymore.

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