ICD-Assist is an expert data solution that helps payers, coders, providers, hospitals and other healthcare professionals with rapid and accurate ICD-10 codes. Meeting today's evolving healthcare challenges, this intelligent application brings the latest information into focus that improves code quality and process efficiency.
The new electronic data interchange (EDI) standard HIPAA 5010 and the ICD-10 code set offers an opportunity for healthcare professionals to improve the quality of health care data. The implementation of these standards requires changes to business processes, interfaces and system modification, resource training and change management. But the implementation comes at a cost. One such cost is mapping between the old and new code sets.
Without complete ICD-10 knowledge, the practice of the coding will become time-consuming and erroneous making it difficult for coders to identify a mapped code as a primary or an alternative code.
ICD-Assist acts as a focused point for disease and procedure data and contains ICD-9 and ICD-10 CM, PCS codes, reimbursement mappings, and mapping reports. It will be helpful to coders in their day to day ICD-9 and ICD-10 coding, as it differentiates the mapped primary code from the additional codes. It displays one-to-one and one-to-many mappings for forward lookup (ICD-10 codes for a given ICD-9 code) and reverse lookup (ICD-9 codes for a given ICD-10 code).
It improves the effectiveness of information management by ensuring the data is accurate. It helps you eliminate erroneous and incomplete data, increasing your productivity and profitability and provides space for your organization to focus on, what you do best. It is platform independent and reduces the effort and cost required to find the exact or best-suited code match.
To be ahead and win the healthcare market, you have to take a prompt and aggressive action in choosing the best technology.
ICD-Assist will act as an accelerator for your organization's ICD-10 transition plans while enhancing your business thinking.
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