ICD-10 costs up to three times higher than estimated

ICD-10 implementation will cost more--in some cases about three times previous expense estimates--for physician practices, according to updated research published by the American Medical Association. The study, an update of research published in 2008, predicts that small practice costs will range anywhere from $56,639 to more than $226,000. Medium practices could pay between $213,364 and $824,735 for implementation, while large practices may pay between $2 million and $8 million, according to the research. Read the full report from FierceHealthIT