PEPID’s New ICD-10 Lookup Tool Improves Efficiencies for Medical Professional
August 24, 2016 — Phoenix, AZ — PEPID, a leading developer of clinical resources for the healthcare industry, has released the ICD-10 Lookup Tool. This new tool assists healthcare professionals quickly and easily identify over 68,000 medical codes used throughout the industry, helping improve workflow efficiencies and improved outcomes for patients.
“PEPID's ICD-10 Lookup Tool assists healthcare professionals quickly and easily identify over 68,000 medical codes used throughout the industry”
The ICD-10 Lookup Tool is located within PEPID’s comprehensive clinical decision support resources and will provide coding support that incorporates all of the information published by the World Health Organization. This includes descriptions, inclusion terms, exclusions, notes, and an indicator of Billable or Not-Billable. Most importantly, these codes are easily accessible and integrated into PEPID’s evidence-based clinical content and drug monographs.
“PEPID’s ICD-10 Lookup Tool was built with the end user in mind. We want to give physicians, staff members, and administrators a simple way of finding the information that they need quickly,” said John Wagner, president of PEPID, LLC. “Whether they are updating a patient’s records or working with an insurance company to ensure payment, the Lookup Tool will minimize the effort required to find the necessary information.”
ICD-10 guidelines affect anyone covered by the Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA), including doctors, hospitals, and health insurance companies. With so many people throughout the healthcare industry relying on these codes for diagnosing and billing, PEPID’s ICD-10 Lookup Tool will be a huge time-saver.
For more than 20 years, PEPID has been a leading developer of clinical and drug information resources and mobile applications for healthcare providers, hospitals and schools. Their trusted content and workflow are available for easy integration into almost any system to help achieve all stages of meaningful use and allow all team members to make more informed decisions at the point-of-care.
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