iPatientCare Announces a Session on ICD-10 Training as Part of iPatientCare 2014 eLearning Series

iPatientCare to Conduct a Virtual User Conference on Using ICD-10 Coding in iPatientCare EHR, Charge Capture, Billing, and Revenue Cycle Management

iPatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in mHealth and cloud based ambulatory EHR, integrated Practice Management and Patient Portal solutions announced a session on using ICD-10 Coding within iPatientCare EHR and Billing System as part of the iPatientCare 2014 eLearning Series.

iPatientCare EHR and Practice Management is “ICD-10 Ready”, and hence, iPatientCare users can, in fact, start learning, getting acquainted, and capturing ICD-10 Codes along with ICD-9 Codes today! iPatientCare 2014 eLearning Series is organized by iPatientCare User Group as part of the Virtual User Conference.

“Holding a Virtual User Conference (VUCON) has become a tradition within iPatientCare community. The eLearning Series differs from the VUCON in terms of the focus of the subject areas. Our Knowledge Management Committee of the iPatientCare User Group prepares more focused and interactive learning modules; followed by nationwide user participation, opportunities for Q&A, online tests/quizzes, and piloting software builds before they are released. iPatientCare as a vendor has grown so large and built a formidable national presence because of its vision to engage and involve users as active stakeholders in R&D”, said Udayan Mandavia, President/CEO, iPatientCare.

Viral Khetani, Coordinator, iPatientCare ICD-10 Task Force and Sean Pandya, Chair, Knowledge Management Committee added, “iPatientCare VUCON scheduled on April 24, 2014, would host the first interactive learning session of the 2014 eLearning Series. iPatientCare users would be trained on using the ICD-10 ready software release, focusing on documenting clinical assessment, capturing charges, preparing claims, and clinical and billing decision support using ICD-10 coding. This eLearning session would also provide an opportunity to interested users in “test-driving” dual coding capabilities of the Meaningful Use certified iPatientCare EHR and Practice Management System.”

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