What is in Medisoft v19?
A sneak peek to a few interesting features in Medisoft v19 that will make your ICD-10 life easier
MIAMI, FL --July 18, 2013 -
The great package that McKesson has put together for the pre-sale (July 1st to September 20th 2013) of their Medisoft v19 product with ICD-10 readiness is providing the opportunity of a sneak peek into a few of this version's interesting features*.
Several features in the new release were designed to reduce manual entry and minimize the complexity of ICD-9 to ICD-10 mapping, allowing you to:
- Enter ICD-10 codes on your diagnosis list
- Set ICD-10 effective date for each insurance carrier so you can continue to use
ICD-9 codes for carriers who will not have transitioned by October 1, 2014
- Receive a notification if the wrong code is used for a carrier—you will also see error in Claim Management
- Use a mapping tool based on CMS's General Equivalent Mappings (GEM) to translate some ICD-9 codes to ICD-10
Medisoft v19 is scheduled for release in late 2013. The pre-sale (30% off all new and upgrade to Medisoft v19 software) ending September 20, 2013 provides the opportunity to approach the ICD-10 learning curve with ease, and also helps users get started with the analysis and complete mapping efficiently.
Medisoft v19 also gives you all the great billing, scheduling and patient accounting enhancements available in v18—including Medisoft Mobile for the iPad and iPhone.
Medisoft v18—including the Medisoft Mobile no-fee application for your iPhone and iPad— will be shipped immediately at no charge to those who purchase practice management license upgrades to Medisoft v19 from Medisoft v17.
Make sure you take advantage of this truly wonderful promotion. If you have questions, at Access IT Solutions they are more than glad to help you find an answer for them!
*Any descriptions of future functionality reflect current product direction, are for informational purposes only and do not constitute a commitment to provide specific functionality. Timing and availability remain at McKesson's discretion and are subject to change and applicable regulatory approvals