ICD-10 Charge Capture

The simple, user-friendly solution to ICD-10 so providers can focus their time on patient care.

What is ICD-10?

ICD-10 is the diagnostic classification system that replaced its ICD-9 predecessor on October 1, 2015. The new system includes more detailed diagnostic information using longer, unique alphanumeric codes. Instead of working with 13,000 ICD-9 codes, doctors and their practices have more than 68,000 unique ICD-10 codes to choose from. pMD's ICD-10 converter makes selecting the right codes quick and easy!

pMD's ICD-10 Converter Makes Doctors Happy & Compliant

pMD’s ICD-10 functionality allows providers to quickly and easily select the appropriate ICD-10 codes for patient encounters. The ICD-10 diagnosis search utilizes pMD’s proprietary, advanced code search so that providers can find the more specific codes quickly and accurately during charge capture. Providers will barely notice the expanded code list!

Watch the video to learn more about how pMD charge capture software and ICD-10 converter makes doctors happy and compliant.

pMD Made ICD-10 Adoption Easy & Will Do the Same with ICD-11

pMD’s mobile charge capture software provided the ideal ICD-10 adoption strategy. All new customers became ICD-10 compliant from their first day of implementation, making the transition to the new coding system seamless. With vetted, custom code lists tailored to your specialty, pMD saves you time and increases your efficiency.

pMD helped practices navigate their transition to ICD-10 so they could focus on patient care, and you can expect the same help when ICD-11 is released. We’re gearing up for it and will be ready. With pMD, you and your practice will be ready, too.

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