Transition costs can be high, and with five times more diagnostic codes than ICD-9, adopting ICD-10 will present challenges for most ambulatory practices.
While the October 1, 2014 deadline for compliance may seem to be in the distant future, many items need to be addressed, such as clearinghouse communications changes, EDI setup, EMR template customizations, and hardware upgrades. Additionally, the new CMS-1500 claim form (version 02/12), modified by the National Uniform Claim Committee (NUCC), becomes mandatory on April 1, 2014. After this date, Medicare will only process claims on the revised form, and only the newest version of the software, Medisoft v19, is capable of producing the new form, which can include up to 12 diagnosis codes and differentiate between ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes. Older versions of the software will not be able to generate this form. To beat the last-minute rush and prevent any interruption to your practice’s cash flow, please contact us for information on Medisoft v19 today.
To make an easier transition to ICD-10, for you and your practice, we are offering a plan to help you out and spread the cost over 24 months with 0% interest.
|24 Months Deal||5% Off Deal|
All included for 24 months with a small flat fee that carries 0% interest charges.
Some restrictions apply.
Choose which deal works best for you. Offers expire December 31, 2013
To find out if your practice will be affected, call 800-955-0321 or click here