Electronic Charge Documentation for ICD-10

To accommodate the increased specificity and number of codes in ICD-10, superbills may become up to fifteen pages in length depending on the specialty. For this reason, paper superbills may become obsolete and providers will need a new tool like MaxMobile that provides point of care capabilities and synchronization.

PracticeMax‘s Maxmobile is a web based electronic charge documentation tool with smart phone capability that automates the administrative task of encounter coding for reimbursement while yielding improved cash flow and greater clinical efficiencies. Features include:

  • CPT and ICD coding
  • ICD-10 ready
  • PQRS capture
  • Reconciliation to avoid lost charges
  • Concurrency and open procedures are automatically monitored
  • Wizard walks providers through CPT selection and modifiers
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