UniversalEncounter 2016 [with ICD 10] (Box of 1000 loose-leaf forms)
UniversalEncounter 2016 Front Page

UniversalEncounter 2016 [with ICD 10] (Box of 1000 loose-leaf forms)

review
4
0
5
Your Price: $240.00
Usually ships within 2 days
Part Number:UE2016SUM
help
*We'll ask for shipping info at checkout
Quantity Pricing
Quantity
Price
  • 1
  • $240.00
  • 2 - 4
  • $220.00
  • 5 - 9
  • $200.00
  • 10 - 19
  • $180.00
  • 20 - 39
  • $160.00
  • 40+
  • $150.00

(Quantity is measured in boxes of 1000 forms)

NOTE:

This product is licensed to allow for the documentation of one patient per form for a single encounter/ date of service.

Call for information about purchasing a multi-use license at 1-800-995-2001

Features in the
Universal Encounter 2016

  • 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
  • And Now: ICD-10 7-Digit diagnosis codes

Are you a solo first year or semi-retired practictioner? Get a pack of 500 for $199 here. You must provide your NPI number in the comments section on the checkout page to qualify.

5 Stars
ICD.10 Encounter Form
I just opened my recent delivery from Docuforms and was stunned by the new product! It was better than expected. My compliments to the staff, at Docuforms, for the creation of the new encounter forms, for ICD.10. It is obvious that the people, behind the scenes, spent countless hours working to make this an outstanding resource. Although daunting at a first glance, it soon became apparent that there was logic and order, behind the symbols and colors. Within a few minutes I was able to create ICD.10 codes and understand the process, at the same time. These forms actually 'teach you' about the format, of this diagnostic coding system. There are many computerized versions and 'live' formats available. These include General Equivalency Mapping and ICD.9 to ICD.10 crosswalks. Although, quick and simple, the results are not always accurate and easy to choose the most accurate code. Moreover, the process leaves one almost clueless, as to how the ICD.10 code was created. Thank you for a job well done!
Did you find this helpful?  4 of 4 Found Helpful
Reviewed by:  from New York. on 9/30/2015
5
4 Stars
DPM
Better instructions and how to would go a long way in using
Did you find this helpful?  3 of 4 Found Helpful
Reviewed by:  from NYC. on 10/1/2015
4

Related Items

 

Recently Viewed Items