Doximity: 9% of U.S. docs on our site; Freeze of ICD-9 coding will continue through ICD-10 delay;

> Physician social-networking site Doximity, which officially launched last spring, now claims more than 50,000 active physicians among its users, or 9 percent of all U.S. doctors, the company said this week. Announcement

> A partial freeze on ICD-9 coding will remain in effect through the one-year delay of ICD-10, as adding more codes to ICD-9 or ICD-10 would complicate coding efforts, according to Pat Brooks, senior technical advisor for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, speaking Monday at the American Health Information Management Association's ICD-10 Summit in Baltimore. Post

> Providers at the Mayo Clinic are able to monitor patient activity in the emergency department, thanks to a real-time dashboard created by emergency medicine physician Vernon Smith dubbed the YES Board, MedCity News reports. Article

And Finally... I don't recall Zack Morris or A.C. Slater getting arrested for theft. Article

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