ICD-10 Readiness



 

ICD-10 Readiness Webinar

Was your practice ready for the transition to ICD-10?

Watch our previously recorded ICD-10 readiness webinar where we helped practices prepare for the transition.

 

Watch Previously Recorded Webinar

ICD-10 Readiness Overview

Michael Hall, iSALUS’ founder and CEO, understands and embraces the importance of this historic healthcare regulation. The following note from Michael encapsulates the iSALUS guarantee of exceeding all ICD-10 industry regulations: 

“I personally guarantee that iSALUS Healthcare and the OfficeEMR platform will be ICD-10 ready. With thousands of medical provider clients across the nation, we’ve placed ICD-10 on the very top of our product roadmap. Certification and regulatory compliance are the backbone of our organization. We have accomplished certification in 2006, 2008, 2011, and 2014 to provide an ONC certified EHR – and ICD-10 will be no different. We have been planning and developing for ICD-10 over the past three years and will successfully integrate with our clearinghouse and payers nationwide. Our current and future clients can rest soundly knowing they are backed by a certified and reliable technology partner.”

Michael Hall, iSALUS Founder & CEO

Preparation Timeline

The table below outlines specific iSALUS developments milestones made for the ICD-10 transition.

Q1 - 2015


  • Finalizing All ICD-10 Intersection Points

  • ICD-10 General Equivalency Mapping (GEM) Code Crosswalk Made Available Online

  • Continued Participation in CMS Testing with Clearinghouse Partner, Capario/Emdeon

Q2 - 2015

Q3 - 2015

  • Final Quality Assurance Testing with Emdeon Clearinghouse

  • Updated Video Product Training and Free Interactive Webinars

  • iSALUS Held Consulting Conversations with Medical Practices Considering Outsourcing

Product Updates

iSALUS has conducted an extensive audit of all areas of OfficeEMR that are affected with ICD-10 changes.

Video Overview of All Product Updates

  ICD-10 Search Tool

  ICD-10 System Integration

  ICD-10 Workflow Enhancements

Charge Entry

   Configure the ability for users to manage and setup ICD-10 codes in code setup

   Enable the Superbill Templates to concurrently use ICD-9 and ICD-10 Codes

   Enable the Claim screen to utilize ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes

   Automate look-up for ICD-9 to ICD-10 General Equivalency mappings (GEMs) crosswalk

   Enable 837 Electronic Claim Filing with ICD-10

   Enable CMS-1500 Paper Claim Printing with ICD-10

 

Reporting

   Updates to OfficeEMR Clinical, Billing, and Analytics Cube Reports to utilize ICD-10

Clinical 

   Enable the Patient Problem List screen to utilize ICD-10 codes

   Enable electronic NCPDP SCRIPT v 10.6 prescriptions to send ICD-10 codes

   Enable order entry process to utilize ICD-10 codes as well as update electronic HL7 Orders to send ICD-10 codes

Practice Preparation

We guarantee that OfficeEMR software will be ready for ICD-10, but we strongly encourage all medical practices to seek their own personal training to prepare for ICD-10.


As a best practice, iSALUS recommends clients pull their most common 40-50 ICD-9 codes, and analyze which ICD-10s will be used to replace those codes. Understanding this reality will dramatically increase a practice’s success.   

   American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC)

   American Medical Association (AMA)

   Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

   Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

   Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS)

   ICD-10 Watch

   World Health Organization ICD-10 Interactive Self Learning Tool




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