CodoniXnotes Ready for ICD-10
Potomac, MD February 26, 2014 CodoniX announced today that the award winning CodoniXnotes EHR software application is completely ready for implementation of ICD-10 codes when the new coding regulations go into effect on October 1st of this year. The application will automatically begin coding using ICD-10 on that date. Users will have the ability to leave the ICD-9 coding turned on in addition to ICD-10 coding, or turn ICD-9 coding off completely. No training will be required for users as the application will work exactly as it does today with no additional user intervention.
“We are very pleased to announce that all aspects of implementing ICD-10 coding is complete as well as final testing,” said Dr. Andrew Muchmore, founder and Chairman of CodoniX. “Our clients will be able to seamlessly switch to ICD-10 coding without any intervention on their part. The application will automatically begin coding in ICD-10 on October 1, 2014"
The CodoniXnotes system provides a fully certified Ambulatory EHR that is eligible for the federal EHR incentive payments of up to $64,0000. Recently it was named the Number One EHR in Value for Urgent Care practices in the KLAS Survey of Urgent Care. It is a total solution for medical practices. Patients are registered in the system at the front desk and placed on the tracker board where their progress is documented and followed by medical and administrative staff. Orders for labs and X Rays can be placed and results and findings added to the chart. Prescriptions can be written and submitted electronically or printed out for the patient. The final chart is coded automatically and audited to CMS standards for optimum reimbursement. A “super bill” and receipt is generated for the patient and all billing information is instantly available to the billing department or can be sent electronically to a billing company.
Headquartered in Potomac, MD, CodoniX, Inc. (www.codonix.com) is a privately held company with a proprietary technology that can be accessed on a local area network or via the Internet to accurately build and code a computerized physician's note without using complex menus and rigid templates. These notes reduce errors and dramatically increase collections and cut administrative costs associated with dictation, transcription, coding and copying. Other medical specialty documentation applications are available for emergency care, family practice and urgent care.