So you weren’t quite ready for ICD-10, and now you’re feeling it. Don’t worry – we can help. HIS can get you back on track and become more profitable, amidst the transition to ICD-10.
HIS’s team has over 65 certified professional coders (CPC). Outsourcing your practice’s revenue cycle management and billing with us means your practice makes more money, boosts profitability, and increases your bottom line. Our expert coders stay up-to-date with changes made in radiology billing, so you can focus on your patients and your practice.
ICD 10 is a shorthand term for the International Classification of Disease-10th Revision. ICD-9 coding system for radiology clinics were limited to 17,000 codes each in five positions, with no room for expansion. The ICD-10 codes have 69,000 codes each across seven positions, making it a more complex process when it comes to accurate billing and coding.
Your radiology practice can get up to speed and stay up-to-date with radiology coding and reimbursement changes with the help of HIS.
Our revenue cycle experts will work tirelessly to make your practice successful and more profitable. HIS offers expert coding services for physicians and practices ready to outsource rather than staff a coding department. With HIS as your partner, your practice can streamline and simplify. When ready, your physicians can send patient documents and treatment or procedures performed, and HIS will take it and run with it. Our team of experts will translate information with compliant coding and have it back to your radiology practice for billing. It’s that simple.
HIS has 30 years of experience in radiology revenue cycle management and billing services,and our highly trained staff will help your practice prepare and respond to industry changes so that your radiology practice will see maximized reimbursements, improved cash-flow and increased profitability.
You don't have to face this transition alone - let HIS help. This free guide will help you understand ICD-10 and give you the resources to convert your top ICD-9 codes to ICD-10.