CMS says ICD-10 claims processing normally; Americans Google how to sign up for health coverage;

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> The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has been monitoring the healthcare industry's transitoin to ICD-10 and says it is "pleased to report that claims are processing normally," though it promises an update in November. Announcement

> The third open enrollment period started yesterday, and there are many questions on Americans' minds. One particular question--according to searches on Google--is how to sign up, according to Vox. Article

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> The government has issued new guidelines under a final rule that clarify when inpatient admissions will be covered under the "two-midnight rule." Article

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> Baby boomers admit they aren't as engaged in their health as they could be--and they blame it partly on their doctors' offices, according to a survey by concierge-health company MDVIP. Article

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> A new report reveals that the telemedicine market will reach $2.8 billion by 2022. A large part of the growth has to do with rising customer demands for tools and web-based delivery. Article

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