Sr. Eyefinity EHR Product Manager
Master in Ophthalmic Optics
At this very moment I’m typing from an airplane at 35,000 feet above the ground, on my way to visit another client to discuss the monumental change headed our way in just a matter of months, ICD-10.
As the Sr. Product Manager for Eyefinity EHR, I believe the best way to know and understand the pulse of my clients is to work with them up close and personal. Therefore, much of my time is spent on the road traveling to work with optometrists across the entire country. One thing I’ve recently found is that hundreds of optometrists are expressing their concern about ICD-10. Hearing this feedback led me to conclude that in order to meet my clients needs, Eyefinity EHR would not only have to include a feature that supported ICD-10, but that it also needed a feature that handled it seamlessly in effort to lessen complications for my clients.
So, you might be thinking what I have done to liberate optometrists concerns about ICD-10?
- Eyefinity’s engineering team took all of the ICD-10 Codes and built them into Eyefinity EHR.
- We use a complex algorithm that automatically takes the exam information doctors have documented in Eyefinity EHR and then correctly calculates the correct ICD-10 Code for them.
- Not only does Eyefinity EHR render the correct ICD-10 Code, it also allows optometrists to view the corresponding cross-mapped ICD-9 code in real time next to the ICD-10 Code.
Optometrists can rest assured that Eyefinity EHR makes the transition to ICD-10 hassle and worry free. I know because I see the results in the practices I visit. I see Optometrists who have benefitted from Eyefinity EHR and now use their time and attention to meet their patient’s needs.
You can get a free one-on-one demo of Eyefinity EHR by visiting http://www.eyefinity.com/ehr-efficiency.