ChiroTouch Tests Chiropractors’ ICD-10 Knowledge with Its Online ICD-10 Challenge

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San Diego, CA – July 1, 2015 – ChiroTouch™, the nation’s leader in chiropractic software, recently added an ICD-10 coding requirements challenge to its website to help chiropractors evaluate their readiness to integrate the new coding system into their practices.

“There is a difference in believing you are ready for the ICD-10 transition and actually being ready,” said Robert Moberg, CEO of ChiroTouch.  “Our ICD-10 Challenge, along with our other ICD-10 readiness tools, is designed to expose the weaknesses in our clients’ ICD-10 preparation activities so they can make the necessary changes well before the October 1st implementation deadline.”

ChiroTouch’s ICD-10 Challenge is a quick, interactive test designed to evaluate chiropractors’ level of knowledge about ICD-10’s coding requirements.  Make no mistake—with nearly five times the number of codes and the increased specificity of each code, there is much to learn and much to prepare for before October 1st.  ChiroTouch’s ICD-10 Challenge highlights some of the coding changes specific to chiropractic and offers chiropractors a glimpse at just how ready they are—or aren’t—for one of the most sweeping changes to the healthcare industry in decades.

“We understand how challenging it is to prepare to transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10, which is why we created a webpage specifically dedicated to providing our family of chiropractors with the tools they need to evaluate their present level of readiness,” added Moberg.  “We also offer the technology and training through our software wizards, ICD-9 to ICD-10 bridge, and dedicated staff to help make the transition efficiently without negatively impacting revenue and cash flow.”