Chiropractic Billing Codes
Chiropractic Billing Codes
- Successful chiropractic billing must seek to maximize reimbursement
- Our tools are designed specifically for chiropractors
- For a little money eachmonth you can use the most powerful billing tools available
Coding is an essential part of chiropractic billing, and it ensures that you get paid promptly and fairly. Chiropractic billing codes can be confusing, especially with the upcoming change from ICD 9 to ICD 10 in October of 2015.
Successful chiropractor billing seeks to ensure the maximum reimbursement for procedures rendered to all patients that utilize your professional services. However, it can be difficult to find the best chiropractic billing codes without adequate training and staying up-to-date with changes to ICD codes. This point is especially poignant as the transition from IDC 9 to IDC 10 takes place.
If you fail to stay current on all chiropractic and coding and billing procedures and practices, you could be losing out on thousands of dollars annually. This doesn’t even take into account the time you and your chiropractic staff could be wasting with coding errors and unnecessary correspondence with insurance providers.
A One-of-a-Kind Billing Tool Built with Chiropractors in Mind
We created our 2015 Digital Coding Directory with you and other chiropractic professionals in mind. As a professional chiropractor, an essential part of your business is ensuring that you maintain an accurate fee structure while developing plans to justify continuing care so that your patients get the best treatment possible. If the chiropractic codes you use when billing patients accurately represents your own commitment to high-quality care, and are compliant with all regulations, then reimbursement becomes rudimentary.
With our proprietary Digital Coding online software, effective chiropractic billing is always at your fingertips. There are multiple ways you can access this software to find the chiropractor billing codes you’re looking for, all of which are straightforward and simple. These include:
- Search by Body Region – A front and rear illustration of a human body allows you to click on any area for which you want to find billing codes relative to chiropractic treatment within that region of the body.
- Search by Keyword – This is relatively straightforward, but we offer other tools that can be valuable when attempting to ascertain the right keyword. For example, our full medical dictionary and our Current Procedural Terminology section can help with difficult billing and coding questions.
- Search by Diagnostic Code – This can be handy for a variety of reasons, both when treating new and existing patients.
There is no other online billing and coding tool like our Digital Coding software, placing HJ Ross Company squarely in the lead within the chiropractic billing and coding industry. By focused solely on chiropractic codes, we’ve created one of the most essential tools you will use for business.
Best of all, these indispensable billing tools are available to you 24/7, from your home, chiropractic office, or anywhere with an internet connection.
We also offer training and ongoing education via chiropractic seminars that focus on topics that include billing, documentation, worker’s compensation, and insurance reimbursement. We make digital coding easy so that you can focus on the health of your patients while acknowledging the demands of your bottom line.
We believe that there is no better way to handle your chiropractic billing, and we are not alone in that assessment. Find out for yourself why chiropractic professionals all over the country describe our billing and coding tools as simple to use, comprehensive, and “idiot proof.”
How Will the Implementation of ICD 10 Affect Chiropractic Coding and Billing?
All reimbursement coding is done via ICD 9 (International Classification of Diseases), which assigns an alpha-numeric code to all possible diseases and injuries. However, most chiropractors are well aware that this is due to change in October of 2015.
ICD 10, the newest iteration of these protocols, seeks to overhaul the coding system in order to make it focus on more than simply reimbursement. ICD 10 allows for the tracking of diagnoses and ongoing treatment within its situational chiropractic context. However, this necessitated increasing the overall number of possible billing codes from 18,000 to more than 68,000.
This massive increase has some chiropractors concerned, mainly because they worry that they may not be up to speed when the changes go into effect. Are you ready for the transition from ICD 9 to ICD 10?
We Will Make Your Transition to ICD 10 Seamless
Your annual subscription to our full line of chiropractic-specific products and applications includes an ICD 9/10 Conversion Tool, specifically designed to help you move seamlessly into ICD 10. In fact, our products are updated in real time, so you never have to worry about your billing codes being out of date, or no longer in use.
If you need more advanced training for your staff, or would like to become better versed in chiropractic billing codes to enhance the overall quality and specificity of your care, you can take advantage of our regular training seminars.
There is No Better Way to Organize Your Chiropractic Billing and Coding
The health of your patients is at the top of your list of priorities, so it’s important to make sure that you are being compensated fairly by the insurance companies that cover their care. For only $119.99 per year, you can enjoy the stability and simplicity of our chiropractic Digital Coding tools.
Navigating your chiropractic billing codes has never been easier, so take some time to review all of the features we offer for what equates to approximately $10.00 a month, and you’ll soon be wondering how you ever got along without it.