Is ICD-10 backing your medical practice into a corner?
Are you afraid of a huge rise in denied claims?
Would you like to work with a tool that works like you?
You work in the healthcare industry. And you must be inundated with new apps, tools, softwares, that promise to make your life better. But sometimes the learning curve is so steep you'd rather work without it. Our convert ICD9 to ICD10 tool is different. It is easy to work with and helps coders/physicians, to make the right choices. The ICD-9 to ICD-10 converter tool was developed using General Equivalence Mappings developed by CMS as a baseline.
Use our code translator tool as a resource and guide during the initial stages of your ICD-10 implementation phase. ICD-10 has thrown the everyday workflow of medical practices off-kilter. Skilled ICD-10 medical coders are a rarity. And even if you are lucky enough to hire one you should be prepared to pay a bomb. Because according to a report released by AHIMA the salaries of coding professionals is steadily increasing. Hmmm. So what would be the best way to take the quantum leap from ICD-9 to its more complicated and pushy cousin, ICD-10?
Type in the ICD-9 code you need an ICD-10 match for. Once you enter the ICD-9 code the ICD-10 mapping results will be displayed below the search box. Every ICD-9 to ICD-10 mapping is created based on thorough analysis by our certified coding experts.
There may be one-to one mapping to certain ICD-9 –ICD-10 searches or multiple mapping results. When there are multiple mappings provided, rely on your clinical documentation to arrive at the accurate code. If your search ends up in a "no record found" alert, please verify the accuracy of the ICD-9 code entered.
Kindly cross-verify codes before assigning them or seek the help of a certified ICD 10 coding specialist.