ADS worked to have its software become ICD-10 compatible, which it now is. We also created our ICD-10 Code Converter making it as easy as possible to select the correct ICD-10 code based on the current ICD-9 code. You did plenty of work as well preparing on your end for ICD-10.
Now, ICD-10 is delayed at least one year. Click here for our ICD-10 statement which contains our view on how the delay should be taken.