Icd10 coding cheet sheet for radiologistsICD 10 help for Radiologists.
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.
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