While there are those who have vigorously campaigned for the delay of ICD-10 due to fears of risk to physician practices, costs, financial disruptions, lack of meaningful testing, etc., there are many others who feel just like the title of this article indicates. It seems that most in the latter group fully recognize the investment and risks associated with ICD-10 and are not without grave concerns. It has simply been a choice to prepare for ICD-10 in ways that mitigate those risks to the extent possible and maximize the likelihood of, if not success, at least the absence of failure.

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