Modernizing Medicine, Inc. is sponsoring the Inga Ellzey Practice Group 2013 ICD-10-CM Dermatology Conference taking place October 10-12, 2013 at the Walt Disney World Swan Hotel in Orlando. The three-day conference includes sessions on auditing; ICD-10-CM distinctions, planning tips and best practices; coding; and taking advantage of incentives.
“We’re excited to sponsor this year’s Inga Ellzey Practice Group Dermatology Conference,” said Daniel Cane, President and CEO of Modernizing Medicine. “Because many dermatologists and medical practices feel uncertain about how to prepare for 10th revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, it’s important for us to support this event and support Inga Ellzey in bringing clarity to the space.”
Get to Know EMA
While you’re at the event, please introduce yourself to Modernizing Medicine’s Medical Director for EMA Dermatology™, Dr. Jordan Miller, who will demo our time-saving and specialty-specific electronic medical record (EMR) system. Modernizing Medicine’s Electronic Medical Assistant® (EMA™) provides solutions to many of the common reasons providers are dissatisfied with their current EMR systems. You have to see it to believe it.
Software Advice named EMA the #1 tablet EHR for a reason. It’s not only the one-of-a-kind, intuitive, touch-and-swipe iPad interface that’s making dermatologists switch from paper or older EMR systems to EMA. EMA fans also rave about:
- EMA Grand Rounds™, a virtual view to top treatments for almost any given disease – across hundreds of practices and for millions of patient encounters around the country
- EMA Interactive Anatomical Atlas™, the zoomable 3D layered way to manipulate body images that maps 36,000+ points on the human body for accurate notation of findings
- EMA Outcomes™, a visual, graphical way to quickly assess your patient’s current and historical diagnosis status
And that’s only a sample of what EMA can do. For the best 360º view, visit us at the IEPG ICD-10 Dermatology Conference in Booths 112 & 113.
Chart a Simple Course to ICD-10
The switch to ICD-10 seems complex and overwhelming, and it is when diagnosis and procedure codes will increase by 425% from 13,000 to 68,000. And it could cost your practice some big bucks.
However, you can simplify the changeover and be ready to roll on October 1, 2014, if you start now with some easy-to-implement steps and tools.
Download the “Chart a Cost-Effective and Simple Course to ICD-10” paper now, then visit us at Booths 112 & 113 to learn more about easy steps to ICD-10.
Don’t have time to download the paper now? Stop by Booths 112 & 113 for a copy.
See you in Orlando!