With The ICD-10 Deadline Three Months Away, Many Providers are Making the Move to iPatientCare EHR Software

With The ICD-10 Deadline Three Months Away, Many Providers are Making the Move to iPatientCare EHR SoftwareIt has been confirmed that the ICD-10 deadline will not be pushed back again. With just three months left before healthcare providers must make the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10, many providers are finding that they are severely behind schedule.

ICD-10’s expanded codes are currently unavailable in ICD-9, and will have an impact on all areas of coding related to diagnosis and inpatient procedures—and will apply to all providers, not just Medicaid and Medicare providers.

The full transition and integration takes the average healthcare provider multiple months and numerous man hours to complete. Quite a few providers are now scrambling because they are severely behind schedule. An EHR solution, that many providers are turning to, are at the software solutions by iPatient Care. Their Integrated Practice Management and Patient Engagement Solutions are revolutionary, and designed specifically to streamline and map out the best course of action for the ICD-10 transition.

“iPatientCare team is dedicated to make the ICD-9 to ICD-10 transition as seamless as possible and now I feel that I have a huge weight off my shoulders, and we will convert seamlessly by Oct, 1st 2015 in advance of the deadline. I Just gotta love iPatientCare team helping us ‘mark-off’ one thing from our list of “IMPORTANT TO-DO,” said Timothy Wakefield, DC, Diplomat in the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (DACBSP).

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