Our new content update adds robust terminology for diagnoses related to the international public health emergency surrounding the coronavirus outbreak, allowing providers to easily and accurately document the disease in affected patients.
Clinical Interface Terminology
Need a brief refresher on the basics of what Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes are and how they work? We’ve got you covered. Take a few minutes to brush up on the coding system with our CPT 101 guide.
Clinicians often encounter technological hurdles when working to deliver better patient care. As users strive to manage and synthesize patient and population data, EHRs offer obvious advantages as a powerful technology when optimized to meet doctors’ needs for their patients.
Changes to the 2020 Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code set went into effect on January 1 and there’s no time like the present to explore what’s new and noteworthy in this year’s revisions.
Health care systems around the country have spent the past month adjusting to the new annual updates to the ICD-10-CM. Our expert in terminology mapping and codes, June Bronnert RHIA, CCS, CCS-P weighs in on the context behind the code changes in the first of a series of articles about the 2020 revisions.
Today’s EHR is full of clutter — largely because of the many different coding and regulatory languages they contain. IMO’s Chief Product Officer, Matt Cardwell, explains why a good “translator” is essential for an effective EHR.
The 2020 regulatory release is right around the corner. Listen to IMO’s top coding professionals and thought leaders, June Bronnert, MSHI, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P, Theresa Rihanek, MHA, RHIA, CCS, and Julie Glasgow, MD speak about the ICD-10-CM 2020 code updates that go into effect on October 1st. This pre-recorded webinar reviews additions, deletions and other revisions to the 2020 ICD-10-CM code set.
Last week’s post explored the EHR’s potential utility as a multifaceted tool encompassing the needs of the provider, the patient, the billing department, the research team — the list goes on. Part 2 of this blog series examines the role terminology may play going forward. Click here for Part 1 of this blog series.
For providers (and patients), EHRs can be a frequent cause of frustration. Explore what drives the dissatisfaction and how we might move toward a more user-friendly future in Part 1 of this 2-part blog series.