Built in CPT Coding Advisor

Our practice management software improves billing accuracy and streamlines the entire billing and collections process.
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Built in CPT Coding Advisor

emr softwareWith IMS, providers no longer have to wonder whether their documentation meets the requirements of Medicare and the insurance companies. Our software's built-in CPT Coding Advisor looks at your HPI, ROS, examination, and time spent with the patient - and it recommends the appropriate E&M codes.

By using our software, healthcare professionals and staff can improve billing entries with automatic pre-screening of claims. The billing and collections module is designed to improve accuracy by scanning claims for invalid CPT codes and diagnosis codes by insurance. IMS also checks for billing frequency, authorization requirements, and duplicate entries so that inaccurate claims are not sent out.

IMS comes delivered with built-in CPT codes so you do not have to spend time entering all of the codes that your practice requires. It also has customization options so that users can specify default modifiers, alternate codes, and Column 19 default values.

  • Offers flexible CPT Templates, Macros and Parameters for fast, accurate billing
  • Allows users to create customized CMS-1500 templates based on insurance guidelines
  • Pre-checking of EMC, CMS-1500 or UB04 claims
  • Supports Electronic Automatic Reconciliation (ERA)

ICD-10 Ready Practice Management Software

Starting on October 1, 2014, all HIPAA-covered healthcare entities will be required to use ICD-10 diagnosis and procedure codes for billing purposes. IMS is ICD-10 ready. Our EHR & Practice Management solutions are fully equipped to meet ICD-10 standards - and we are currently working with healthcare organizations to test that the software can accurately process claims. As part of this process, we test eligibility verification, quality reporting, and other transactions that use ICD-10.

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