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Prevent ICD-10 Eye Strain – Webinar: ICD-10 Cure for Ophthalmologists

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Webinar: ICD-10 Cure for Ophthalmologists

Tuesday, February 11, 2014: 8:00 p.m. EST

This is it. It’s been easy to put it off and not take it seriously, but this is the year of the transition to ICD-10. And it’s a huge mandatory change with an increase from 13,000 to approximately 68,000 medical billing codes. How well you can find your way through the new coding jungle will determine if you get paid.

Attend the complimentary, one-hour webinar presented by practicing ophthalmologist David Goldman, M.D. to:

  • Understand why you don’t want to delay preparation any longer. It’s easy to put off plans for the switchover, but if you are not ready, the consequences of lost time and revenue could significantly impact your practice.
  • Learn why you should forget mapping, conversion software or tools for translating codes from ICD-9 to ICD-10. They can lack accuracy and can be a big time drain, potentially adding minutes to each exam.
  • See the approach that makes sense and a demonstration of the Electronic Medical Assistant® (EMA™) with built-in, intelligent coding that generates a bill effortlessly right along with your exam notes.

Even if you think you are not in the market for a new EMR system, attending this webinar will make you think twice about how you prepare for ICD-10.