Mobile Coder Hand & Wrist

Mobile Coder Hand & Wrist

By Psygo LLC

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2011-02-10
  • Current Version: 1.9.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 15.03 MB
  • Developer: Psygo LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
3
From 5 Ratings

Description

NOW AVAILABLE: Upgrade to 2017 CPT® Codes! -------------------------------------- Free to try before you buy! The first mobile CPT billing application designed by an orthopedic surgeon for hand and upper extremity surgeons. Streamlined and efficient, Mobile Coder puts an end to your coding troubles. Mobile Coder Hand & Wrist offers a unique graphical interface and several searching options to help you quickly identify the correct CPT® codes you’re looking for. Simply touch the relevant anatomic zone for tailored lists of CPT® codes that are easy to search. A handy text search is also provided as a powerful tool to target the correct procedure codes. Another convenient feature allows you to identify "favorite" CPT® codes so common procedures can be pulled up very quickly. Mobile Coder Hand & Wrist is a complete coding solution for the upper extremity surgeon, and includes all musculoskeletal codes from the elbow to the finger. Furthermore, the App contains a comprehensive set of vascular, neural, and soft tissue codes, including free and rotational flaps, grafts, and nerve repair/decompression codes. Lastly, Evaluation and Management (E and M) codes and casting/splinting procedures are included. The App also provides the ability to apply modifiers to your codes, and also use the same code multiple times for the same patient - great when more than one finger is operated on. In short, Mobile Coder Hand & Wrist offers the most complete list of codes and time-saving features currently available for use by upper extremity surgeons. A full procedure report containing all patient identifying data, plus CPT® code(s), surgical assistants, location and date of surgery can be emailed directly to your biller or any email address from within the App. Patient procedure details can be logged and stored for handy future use. Residents and anyone collecting cases for research or board recertification should find this useful. Please note: As downloaded, this is a lite version of Mobile Coder Hand & Wrist that allows a prospective buyer to sample the user interface and all App functionality, but is limited to one code per anatomic zone sub-category. If you like it, please consider upgrading to the full version via our In-App store for a comprehensive set of CPT codes for these 14 zones: 1. Arthrodesis / Amputation 2. Arthroscopy 3. Excision / Biopsy 4. Flaps / Replant 5. Forearm 6. Fracture 7. Graft / Transfer 8. Incision / Debridement 9. Nails 10. Repair / Closure 11. Tendon 12. Upper Arm / Elbow 13. Vessel / Nerve 14. Misc Codes Please note that the price of the full version includes a required per-user royalty paid to the AMA to use CPT® codes in a licensed electronic product per code year. Attention current users of Mobile Coder Orthopedics full version: The full functionality of Mobile Coder Hand & Wrist is available to full version users of Mobile Coder Orthopedics - now included at no extra cost - allowing you to manage all of your patients through one App. If you need both general orthopedics and hand & upper extremity specialty codes, this is the best way to go, and will cost less than purchasing Mobile Coder Orthopedics and Mobile Coder Hand & Wrist separately. Thank you for choosing Mobile Coder Hand & Wrist - we appreciate your business! ----------------------------------- Coming soon: Mobile Coder Anesthesia, Hospitalist, and several other specialties. ----------------------------------- Have a question? Find a major or minor problem? Got a great suggestion? Please let us know by emailing us at: support@psygo.com -----------------------------------

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Reviews

  • Mobile corder for hand

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    By Handvt
    The concept of the app is great but the execution and customer support is lacking. Some critical codes often used are missing - carpal tunnel injections- for example and they have not included a way to include nonoperative consults. I had emailed some suggestions several months ago and no update has occurred. the cross referencing needs to improve so that it reflects surgeons description of the procedure. It is too bad that have not updated or been more responsive because it is one of the few that have the modifiers readily available.

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