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Flipping the Switch: Smoothing the Rocky Transition to ICD-10

In 1962, sociologist Everett Rogers theorized that adopters of a new innovation or idea could be categorized into one of five groups that form a bell curve: innovators, early adopters, early majority, late majority, and laggards. While we identify as a nation of innovators and early adopters, when it comes to ICD-10, the U.S. is indisputably a laggard. The World Health Organization endorsed the tenth revision ...

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