ADP AdvancedMD has announced the release and availability of AdvancedMD ICD-10 Toolkit mobile app that gives private practices a suite of ICD-10 preparation tools available in the iTunes Store. Now anyone with an iPhone or iPad running iOS8 can easily test their readiness and train staff for the October 1st deadline, free of charge. Customers of AdvancedMD practice management software can also leverage the app to add ICD-10 codes to their charge slip templates.
The app was created as part of the ADP AdvancedMD iCommit program, which offers incentives to engineers for independently pursuing innovations in addition to their regular jobs.
ICD-10 Mobile App Features
The AdvancedMD ICD-10 Toolkit app allows users to:
– Track preparedness for ICD-10
– Compare ICD-9 codes with the ICD-10 equivalents, including risk of increased specificity
– View potential high-risk areas
– Search for ICD-10 codes and sub codes
– View articles and action plans to guide a specific transition
“We decided that there should be a tool to help everyone prepare for the change to ICD-10 and give our community the ability to gauge their readiness,” said Barlow Tucker, software engineer, ADP AdvancedMD. “A free app was the clear choice because it’s easy to access and use, plus it allows people to get an ICD-10 ‘checkup’ at any time.”
To download the new AdvancedMD ICD-10 Toolkit app for iPad(R), iPhone(R), and iPod touch(R), visit https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/icd-10-toolkit/id958739923?mt=8