ICD-10-CM coding framework utilizes so many more specific codes and more digits than you currently use to list your diagnoses; that anyone, who has looked at the documentation requirements for ICD-10, knows that they can’t do it cold-turkey.
Features in the Universal Encounter 2019
- Easy One-Page, Double-sided Layout with the Codes you need
- Enhanced Color Coding System to make navigating and selecting codes easy
- New expanded legal-size form perforated for folding to letter-size for easy filing
- Updated: CPT codes for procedures
- Updated: HCPCS supply codes
- Updated: Medicare modifier codes with billing prompts
- Updated: ICD-10 7-Digit diagnosis codes
Our color-coded, symbol system guides you through selecting and building the ICD-10 codes that you need to use and report (with all the required multi-digit specificity) clearly and easily.
Color-coded symbols with near-by legends guide you to choosing the appropriate options for each variable-code digit when required.
The UniversalEncounter is printed double-sided on legal-size paper with a special perforation to allow you to easily file it into a patient’s letter-size chart or scan into your EHR.
25 Years in the Making
When we started creating and supplying superbills 25 years ago to podiatrists, we never imagined that someday they would need to support the level of complexity that is now required in the mandatory implementation of the ICD-10 codes. I’m proud of our team that has slaved away for two years to create the latest version of our product: the UniversalEncounter 2016. With their creativity we have been able to create a product that truly supports podiatrist’s needs through an intuitive color-coded system with the same great layout that has stood the test of time. We hope you’ll agree that we have created the needed missing link for ICD-10 implementation.
Heath Kline | CEO
“Unbelievable! My billing service that bills for 50+ doctors told me to find my own solutions for ICD-10. Thank goodness I discovered your podiatric ICD-10 superbill. Prayers Answered!” — P. Walters DPM | CA