We understand your passion for patient care. CureMD ensures that you are not distracted from your focus. Our experience with changes in the healthcare prepares us to assist you with ICD-10 compliance.
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October 1, 2015 is nearer than you think. If the delay in ICD-10 implementation has slowed down your readiness efforts, then now is the time to fasten your seat belt and speed up the process of adopting the new coding system.
All you need to know about ICD-10 conversion and implementation. Our comprehensive
guide and information portal will
help you better understand the new coding system.
It is the 10th revision of ICD, which contains codes for diseases, signs and symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances, and external causes of injury or diseases.How is ICD-10 different from ICD-9?
ICD-10 has more complex codes than ICD-9, which makes it difficult for coders to rely on their memory to use the correct codes. There are 68,000 diagnosis codes in ICD-10 as compared to 14,000 in ICD-9.
No. The transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 does not change CPT (Current Procedural Terminology) coding.
Claims that do not have ICD-10 coding on or after the compliance deadline, October
1, 2015, will not be processed. Increase
in claim denials will have an adverse impact on your practice revenue.
Yes. CureMD’s EHR has been ICD-10 ready since 2014. We have been testing with numerous
payers and clearing houses to
check their readiness.
CureMD shows both ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes in its EHR, which enables providers to practice coding during the transition period; particularly for internal and external testing.Will CureMD provide ICD-10 training on its software?
Our ICD-10 experts will provide you comprehensive training to prepare your staff to meet ICD-10 challenges.Does CureMD offer support during and after ICD-10 compliance?
Our customer support is available for our clients at every phase of ICD-10 transition, including post-implementation. You can call at (212) 852 0279 ext 379 to know more.