Monthly Archives: August 2015

ICD10 Coding Help for Radiologists

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The Preceding link and free download is an excellent report with will help radiologists with the up and coming ICD 10 diagnosis code requirements. My suggestion is to download the attached report for your office. The listed report was generated from a large radiology group. The report lists ICD-9 codes and descriptions in the order of most commonly used ICD-9 codes and cross-references the diagnosis codes to ICD 10. My suggestion for radiologists is to again download the report, have it laminated and placed placed strategically throughout your office. Since the report lists the most frequently used codes at the top in descending order to least frequently used codes it should serve as an excellent quick reference guide to assist radiologists common ICD10 codes.
I have to take my hat off to the folks at Practice Insight for the above listed download which I think will substantially help radiologists with the upcoming ICD10 diagnosis codeing challenges. I have worked with all the major clearing houses and in my opinion Practice Insight towers above their competition not only for this report but many other factors. As we know, most radiologists are very busy and see many patients throughout the day. This ICD 10 coding cheat sheet for GI doctors should substantially speed up the office visits and patient encounters because in many instances under the new coding guidelines physicians may personally have to list the exact ICD 10 codes as opposed to the historical approach of simply handwriting or picking a diagnosis.

If your practice is in need of practice management software, electronic medical record systems or any other computer related issues please contact John Peake with Office Management solutions at 813-963-5582.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact David at 954-370-1053 extension 2201

ICD 10 Coding Help for Ophthalmologists

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ICD 10 help for ophthalmologists
The Preceding link and free download is an excellent report with will help ophthalmologists with the up and coming ICD 10 diagnosis code requirements. My suggestion is to download the attached report for your office. The listed report was generated from a GI group. The report lists ICD-9 codes and descriptions in the order of most commonly used ICD-9 codes and cross-references the diagnosis codes to ICD 10. My suggestion for Pain management doctors is to again download the report, have it laminated and placed placed strategically throughout your office. Since the report lists the most frequently used codes at the top in descending order to least frequently used codes it should serve as an excellent quick reference guide to assist ophthalmologists common ICD10 codes.
I have to take my hat off to the folks at Practice Insight for the above listed download which I think will substantially help ophthalmologists with the upcoming ICD10 diagnosis codeing challenges. I have worked with all the major clearing houses and in my opinion Practice Insight towers above their competition not only for this report but many other factors. As we know, most ophthalmologists are very busy and see many patients throughout the day. This ICD 10 coding cheat sheet for GI doctors should substantially speed up the office visits and patient encounters because in many instances under the new coding guidelines physicians may personally have to list the exact ICD 10 codes as opposed to the historical approach of simply handwriting or picking a diagnosis.

If your practice is in need of practice management software, electronic medical record systems or any other computer related issues please contact John Peake with Office Management solutions at 813-963-5582.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact David at 954-370-1053 extension 2201

ICD10 Help for Gastroenterologists

ICD 10 help for gastroenterologists
The Preceding link and free download is an excellent report with will help gastroenterologists with the up and coming ICD 10 diagnosis code requirements. My suggestion is to download the attached report for your office. The listed report was generated from a GI group. The report lists ICD-9 codes and descriptions in the order of most commonly used ICD-9 codes and cross-references the diagnosis codes to ICD 10. My suggestion for Pain management doctors is to again download the report, have it laminated and placed placed strategically throughout your office. Since the report lists the most frequently used codes at the top in descending order to least frequently used codes it should serve as an excellent quick reference guide to assist gastroenterologists common ICD10 codes.
I have to take my hat off to the folks at Practice Insight for the above listed download which I think will substantially help gastroenterologists with the upcoming ICD10 diagnosis codeing challenges. I have worked with all the major clearing houses and in my opinion Practice Insight towers above their competition not only for this report but many other factors. As we know, most gastroenterologists are very busy and see many patients throughout the day. This ICD 10 coding cheat sheet for GI doctors should substantially speed up the office visits and patient encounters because in many instances under the new coding guidelines physicians may personally have to list the exact ICD 10 codes as opposed to the historical approach of simply handwriting or picking a diagnosis.

If your practice is in need of practice management software, electronic medical record systems or any other computer related issues please contact John Peake with Office Management solutions at 813-963-5582.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact David at 954-370-1053 extension 2201

ICD 10 coding Help for Dermotologists

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ICD 10 coding Help for Dermotologists
The Preceding link and free download is an excellent report with will help dermatologists with the up and coming ICD 10 diagnosis code requirements. My suggestion is to download the attached report for your office. The listed report was generated from a large dermatology group. The report lists ICD-9 codes and descriptions in the order of most commonly used ICD-9 codes and cross-references the diagnosis codes to ICD 10. My suggestion for dermatologists is to again download the report, have it laminated and placed placed strategically throughout your office. Since the report lists the most frequently used codes at the top in descending order to least frequently used codes it should serve as an excellent quick reference guide to assist dermatologists with ICD 10 coding.

I have to take my hat off to the folks at Practice Insight for the above listed download which I think will substantially help dermatologists with the upcoming ICD 10 diagnosis codeing challenges. I have worked with all the major clearing houses and in my opinion Practice Insight towers above their competition not only for this report but many other factors. As we know, most dermatologists are very busy and see many patients throughout the day. This ICD 10 coding cheat sheet for dermatologists should substantially speed up the office visits and patient encounters because in many instances under the new coding guidelines physicians may personally have to list the exact ICD 10 codes as opposed to the historical approach of simply handwriting or picking a diagnosis.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact David at 954-370-1053 extension 2201

ICD 10 Coding Help for Anesthesiologists

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I really have to take my hat off to the folks at Practice Insight for the above listed report. Many of my doctors have called to personally thank me for this ICD10 report and they emphasized stress relief and greatly increased clarity about how to handle ICD 10. I have used all the major clearing houses during my career. This report is just one of the many reasons why Practice Insight towers over all the other clearinghouses. I cannot recommend Practice Insight highly enough for this report and many other fantastic services they offer.
The Preceding is an excellent report with will help anesthesiologists with the up and coming ICD 10 diagnosis code requirements. My suggestion is to download the attached report for your office. The listed report was generated from a large 12 doctor ASC based anesthesiology group. The report lists ICD-9 codes and descriptions in the order of most commonly used ICD-9 codes and cross-references the diagnosis codes to ICD 10. My suggestion for anesthesiologists is to again download the report, have it laminated and placed placed strategically throughout your office. Since the report lists the most frequently used codes at the top in descending order to least frequently used codes it should serve as an excellent quick reference guide to assist anesthesiologists with ICD 10 coding. Please contact David at 1.800.811.1882 extension 2201 if you have any questions.

There also seems to be quite a bit of confusion in some circles about whether or not anesthesiologists will be provided with the appropriate ICD 10 codes from the facility itself. This may or may not be the case in many instances. This creates a particular burden for anesthesia diagnosis coding going forward. We are hearing reports that some surgeon groups are not going to provide facilities with the specific ICD 10 code itself. Rather, they plan to simply use the written diagnosis as they have in the past. This provides additional challenges. There are many more ICD 10 codes that doctors have to choose from now. The handwritten diagnosis may or may not be sufficient. All of this is the reason why we have provided the free download for your convenience and we sincerely hope this report greatly assists anesthesiologists with your ICD 10 coding needs. In the end, we will all get through this hurdle just like we always do. It’s just going to be one more challenge facing us in medicine.

Important Information for Pain Management Physicians on ICD 10

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The Preceding link and free download is an excellent report with will help Pain Management Physicians with the up and coming ICD 10 diagnosis code requirements. My suggestion is to download the attached report for your office. The listed report was generated from a large pain management physician group. The report lists ICD-9 codes and descriptions in the order of most commonly used ICD-9 codes and cross-references the diagnosis codes to ICD 10. My suggestion for Pain management doctors is to again download the report, have it laminated and placed placed strategically throughout your office. Since the report lists the most frequently used codes at the top in descending order to least frequently used codes it should serve as an excellent quick reference guide to assist Pain management physicianscommon idc10 codes for painmanagement physicians with ICD 10 coding.
I have to take my hat off to the folks at Practice Insight for the above listed download which I think will substantially help pain management physicians with the upcoming ICD 10 diagnosis codeing challenges. I have worked with all the major clearing houses and in my opinion Practice Insight towers above their competition not only for this report but many other factors. As we know, most pain management physicians are very busy and see many patients throughout the day. This ICD 10 coding cheat sheet for pain management physicians should substantially speed up the office visits and patient encounters because in many instances under the new coding guidelines physicians may personally have to list the exact ICD 10 codes as opposed to the historical approach of simply handwriting or picking a diagnosis.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact David at 954-370-1053 extension 2201

ICD10 Tips for Doctors

One of the best pieces of advice I can give to physicians about the upcoming ICD 10 nightmare is to check with your clearinghouse. Your clearinghouse may be able to dramatically simplify the implementation of ICD 10 for your practice. I have to take my hat off for the folks at Practice Insight. I’ve used all the major clearinghouses but in my opinion no other clearinghouse can match Practice Insight.

The program is called ICD 10 code manager. The program outputs the 100 most commonly utilized ICD-9 codes in the order they are most frequently utalized. Next, it cross references the ICD-9 code with the appropriate ICD 10 codes. This report dramatically simplifies the time it takes to select the appropriate diagnosis code.

I am advising my physicians to have their office staff laminate the report printouts and place them strategically throughout the office. In most cases, the reports are not as long as you might imagine.

Everyone in the industry is really struggling with ICD 10. It does not appear that most practices are adequately prepared. This is extremely important because on October 1 practices that are not prepared will be blindsided by the difficulty in selecting the correct codes. In many cases, doctors will no longer be able to rely on their staff or a billing company to choose the correct codes as they have done in the past. Physicians in many cases will have to personally choose the ICD 10 code itself which could be a time-consuming process. The practice insight ICD 10 report greatly speeds up and enhances the process of selecting the correct diagnosis code. I highly recommend Practice Insight for the above listed report and many other features of the Practice Insight clearinghouse.