ICD-10—We are in this together

Dane Laverty, Eyefinity.com Product Manager

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You’ve heard about the changes to expect when the industry transitions to ICD-10. You know that practices will be impacted, and must plan and prepare, but have you considered what needs to happen on the other end to keep the claims process moving?

Solution providers, clearinghouses, insurers, and CMS all must be prepared for ICD-10 before October 1, 2015 to accommodate services and claims when it begins. From every angle, the change to ICD-10 is a really big deal.

I’ve been working hard to ensure Eyefinity.com is prepared to handle the cutover to ICD-10 on October 1. Our team is wrapping up development and it’s come together really well. But what does this mean to you? According to the law, all payers must accept and process claims using only ICD-10 codes on October 1. It’s a hard and fast rule and date, with no exceptions.

You’ve probably used Eyefinity’s eClaim to submit claims to VSP. But did you know that you can use eClaim to submit claims to over a thousand other payers?

Eyefinity.com handles millions of claims each year, every one of which contains diagnosis codes. Suffice to say, the effort to coordinate changes in our systems while monitoring the status of all of the payers that eClaim submits to has kept me up at night, ensuring that it works efficiently and without problems. Eyefinity, VSP, and our partners have worked closely to ensure a seamless transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10, so that on October 1 Eyefinity will be ready to support you.

We’re taking a proactive approach to be sure that we’ll be ready for the change in plenty of time. Will you be ready, too? It may not be easy, but the key to success is taking the time to research and learn now.

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