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ICD10 2022 Update 10/1/2021

New ICD10 Codes for 20221 starting October 1, 2021: A79.82  Anaplasmosis C56.3  Malignant neoplasm of bilateral ovaries C79.63  Secondary malignant neoplasm of bilateral ovaries C84.7A  Anaplastic large cell lymphoma, ALK-negative, breast D55.2  Anemia due to disorders of glycolytic enzymes D55.21  Anemia due to pyruvate kinase deficiency D55.29  Anemia due to other disorders of glycolytic enzymes D75.83  Thrombocytosis D75.838  Other thrombocytosis D75.839  Thrombocytosis, unspecified D89.44  Hereditary alpha tryptasemia E75.244  Niemann-Pick disease type A/B F32.A  Depression, unspecified F78  Other…


Text & Secure Chat

We now offer secure chat with both patients and staff. Just send a text with a link to chat with the patient any time.  Also works on patient and staff mobile apps. Enjoy the next level of patient engagement.


New Eprescribe & EPCS

EPCS - Send Controlled Substances

DEA certified electronic prescription of controlled substances is now supported. Through our mobile applications, providers can easily review a controlled substance and approve it to automatically be sent to pharmacies. Advanced auditing and reporting of controlled sunstances makes it easy to monitor the integrity of the system

Cancel Prescriptions
Change Requests
Insurance & Formulary Checking
Pharmacy Medications Reconciliation


2021 ICD10 Code Added

2021 ICD10 Change Added

On October 1, 2020, the 2021 ICD10 codes have gone into effect. Here is a link to new codes added:
2021 New ICD10 Codes


Billing for Televisits

Medicare has released detailed guides on performing Virtual Care
Here is a link to the information: Medicare Telehealth


Care Line – Route Calls When Out of the Office & Takes Messages

When you are out of the office or after hours support, CareLine routes patient calls to any telephone number, but keeping those numbers private. Route to secondary number if the first one is not answered. If the secondary is not answered, then we take a message in a HIPAA compliant directory for playback from anywhere.
Create a menu of options to route back to your office or billing staff working from home. Each menu option from 1 to 0 can route to up to two different phones per option. Simple setup for sophisticated functionality.
All calls are logs and mapped to patient numbers. Custom messages can be added and updated just by typing a new message. This service is only $35 a month for a 1000 minutes.


ICD 10 October 1, 2018 Changes

As of October 1, 2018, 365 new ICD10 2019 codes have been released. Any encounter on or after October 1, will automatically use the new codes. Visits prior to October 1, will use the 2018 version. Link to 365 new codes: https://www.icd10data.com/ICD10CM/Codes/Changes/New_Codes Link to 172 changed codes: https://www.icd10data.com/ICD10CM/Codes/Changes/Revised_Codes


New Medicare Card Update

New Medicare Card Mailing Update – Wave 3 Begins, Wave 1 Ends We started mailing new Medicare cards to people with Medicare who live in Wave 3 states: Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Wisconsin.  We continue to mail new cards to people who live in Wave 2 states and territories (Alaska, American Samoa, California, Guam, Hawaii, Northern Mariana Islands, Oregon), as well as nationwide to people who are new to Medicare. We…


Send Statements Electronically and Get Paid Online – Increase Cash Flow!

On average it takes 3 statements mailed to patients to get paid. With the average cost of postage and paper, mailing 3 statements could cost as much as $2.10 per patient. If you are mailing 500 statements a month that is $350 a month or $4,200 a year. That is just crazy! Solution – Text-a-Statement With our advanced Text-a-Statement, patients are texted or emailed a link asking them to pay. When they click the link, they are asked to…


Televisits Are Free – Find Out How to Increase Cash Flow

Cash Flow is the life-blood of any organization. It focuses on assuring that all organizations (for profit or non-profit) have a continuing stream of cash to pay their bills and keep providing care to patients. Patients are demanding more convenient care that fits their schedule and does not require them to travel to a physician office. Patients have been turning to pharmacies and urgent care centers to get treatment, which reduces revenues for your practice and makes it difficult…