Beverly Hills, CA, September 25, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- eData Services offers conversion of Superbill codes from ICD-9 to ICD-10 at no cost for a limited time.
Medical offices are scrambling to adapt their Superbills to ICD10, but many will not be ready before the conversion date of October 1 when ICD-10 becomes mandatory.
Using ICD-10 is significantly more complex than its predecessor, ICD-9. For example, under ICD-9, there are 17 codes for a femur fracture. Under ICD-10, there will be more than 2,600 individual codes. Overall, ICD-10 increases the total number of medical diagnostic codes from around 13,000 to more than 68,000.
eData’s Virtual Medical Assistants and Virtual Medical Scribes have invested the time to understand ICD-10 coding and are using those skills to convert physician Superbills from ICD-9 to ICD-10.
Since eData’s Virtual Medical Assistants and Scribes still have extra capacity available, as a public service and for a limited time, they are offering ICD code conversion services for free to help doctors and private practices nationwide adjust their Superbills to the new requirements come October 1. All that is required is a quick review by the physicians to ensure there are no errors or misunderstandings and the conversions will be ready for use.
Interested doctors should contact eData Services immediately toll free at 866-879-6306 or by email at email@example.com.
Fred Kumetz, founder and CEO of eData Services, stated, “We'll take on as many doctors as we can, but we can't possibly handle everyone, so they should sign up as fast as they can!”
eData Services is an American owned and operated Health Information Management Company that has been in business for over 15 years. Its services include virtual medical scribing, virtual medical back office support, medical transcription, medical record summaries, telephonic medical histories, insurance verifications, medical exam scheduling, and utilization review services.
eData’s head office is located in Beverly Hills, California and their center of operations is located in Makati, the central business district of Manila, the Philippines’ capital city.
For more information, visit their website at http://www.edataservices.com or email at firstname.lastname@example.org