Cardiology Software : Cardiac EHR, Practice Management, Billing Software & Billing Services


The Cardiology Software of Tomorrow – Today

Manage Your Entire Practice On A Single System

With Clinical EHR, Practice Management Software, and Revenue Cycle Services, PracticeSuite offers a complete office solution for face to face encounters and remote patient care. Our All in One office platform provides flexible workflows that help organize your clinic and keep it operating at peek efficiency, and our  complete virtual office keeps you connected with patients, anywhere, on any device.

Cardiology practice is evolving.

Do you feel your in-house billing processes could be better? ls it a challenge to keep up with aging AR?

Step forward into the future on a firm footing by partnering with the technology of the future. As patient needs evolve, you require a vendor that understands the nuances of your specialty, one you can rely on to navigate continual changes in billing, compliance and data security.

Over, 57,000 medical professionals from solo practitioners to large groups rely on PracticeSuite’s cloud based practice management technology to efficiently run their practice.

And even though we accommodate +60 EHR specialties, our customizable screens and specialty specific clinical content ensure your system fits like a glove.

Each level of user is able to customize their experience to see what they want to see and need to see, in each workflow of the software.

In addition to an advanced practice management system, PracticeSuite offers best in class Revenue Cycle Services that help maximize your collections and bring your revenue to its highest level.

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Tomorrow’s Cardiology Practice Software TODAY

What is Cardiology Software?

At a basic level, cardiology software electronically stores cardiac-patient medical information. Ideally, the software not only takes into account the unique needs of cardiologists, it also helps them spend more time with patients. But no matter how modern or feature-filled an electronic health record (EHR) is, unless it easily integrates with all other software used in the cardiac practice—everything from medical devices to billing software—it’s not a good choice.

Tomorrow’s Software Today

Today’s patients expect simple, fast, multi-channel communication with all their providers, along with virtual visits when appropriate. To keep up, cardiology practices must provide secure text and chat for appointment making, automated appointment reminders, electronic registration, mobile check-in, telehealth connected to EHR, and automated e-billing and statements.

How Can Modern EHRs Benefit Cardiologists?

1. Simplify coding. EHRs that are difficult to learn, counterintuitive to use, and require multiple steps for simple tasks leads to physician burnout faster than any other issue. Cardiologists are especially vulnerable to this phenomenon because of coding complexity and encounter frequency. They need software that improves efficiency by quickly leading them through the process to enter, for example, a flutter type or vessel category.

2. Streamline e-prescribing. Cardiac patients skew older, and older patients have often been prescribed a variety of medications, so robust e-prescribing is essential to cardiology software. EHRs with a strong focus on drug interactions lower the need for manual medication reconciliation and help patients avoid harmful drug interactions.

3. Improve practice management. Features like note-taking templates, PQRI reporting functions, clinical decision support, and patient-progress dashboards all help cardiologists create practice-specific workflows that help them spend more time with patients and less on administrative tasks.

4. Improve revenue cycle management (RCM). You may think you need more staff or expertise to solve your A/R issues—the truth is today’s technology can identify and fix lost revene from patient balances and unpaid claims; benchmark your reimbursement rates; and help you understand how to increase patient satisfaction, increase revenue on routine appointments, and reduce no-shows.

What’s the Biggest Mistake Cardiologists Make When Choosing an Office Solution?

No matter how modern or feature-filled a system is, unless it is integrated with all other office software used in the cardiac clinic, it will not be able to give you the granular data you need for RCM. Put simply, the cardiac office software you select should help providers:

  • Provide in-office and remote patient care
  • Quickly create superbills
  • Easily track revenue to avoid leaks
  • Create customized notetaking templates
  • Create dashboards to track patient progress
  • Easily gather data from devices such as ECGs and DICOM imagers

Lastly, the cardiac office system should be able to quickly integrate with patient-facing systems such as patient portals and personal electronic medical records.

Sources:
1. Keswani, Amit, MD. “Death by a Thousand Clicks.” American College of Cardiology, 21 May 2019. https://www.acc.org/membership/sections-and-councils/early-career-section/section-updates/2019/06/11/07/42/death-by-a-thousand-clicks
2. Parker, Anna. “5 Benefits of E-Prescribing for Hospitals and Patients.” EMR Finder. 8 February 2021. https://emrfinder.com/blog/5-benefits-of-e-prescribing-for-hospitals-and-patients/
3. Phillips, Marissa. “Top 10 Cardiology EMR & PM Software 2020.” EMR Finder, 12 February 2020. https://emrfinder.com/blog/top-10-cardiology-software-2020/

ICD-10 Cardiology Superbill Example

Appointment Date & Time: Last Seen Date:
Patient: Gender: DOB: MR# Pat Due: INS Due:
Address: Reason:
Home Phone: Cell Phone: E-Mail:
Case Name: Case No: Case Type: Case Date:
Pr Insurance: Member ID: Co-Pay Amount: Deductible:
Rendering Provider: PCP: Referring Provider:
CPT CODES
CPT codeDescriptionCPT codeDescriptionCPT codeDescription
33405Replacement of aortic valve33221Insertion of pacemaker pulse generator only, with existing multiple leads93624EP follow-up study with pacing and recording, including indicution or attempted induction of arrhythmia
33430Replacement of mitral valve33222Revision or relocation of skin pocket for pacemaker93600Bundle of His recording
33425Valvuloplasty, mitral valve, with bypass33233Removal of permanent pacemaker pulse generator only93602Intra-atrial recording
33426Valvuloplasty, mitral valve, with bypass; prosthetic ring33227Removal of permanent pacemaker with replacement of pacemaker pulse generator, single lead system93603Right ventricular recording
33427Valvuloplasty, mitral valve, with bypass; radical reconstruction, with or without ring33228Removal of permanent pacemaker with replacement of pacemaker pulse generator, dual lead system93610Intra-atrial pacing
92928Intracoronary stent, percutaneous, with coronary angioplasty, single vessel33229Removal of permanent pacemaker with replacement of pacemaker pulse generator,multiple lead system93612Intra-ventricular pacing
92929Intracoronary stent, percutaneous, with coronary angioplasty, additional branch33216Insertion of a single lead93650Catheter ablation, AV node
92933Intracoronary stent, percutaneous, with coronary artherectomy, coronary angioplasty, single major artery or branch33217Insertion of two leads93653EP and Catheter ablation, SVT
92934Intracoronary stent, percutaneous, with coronary artherectomy, coronary angioplasty,additional branch of coronary artery33224Insertion of LV lead, with attacment to previously placed pacemaker or ICD93654EP and Catheter ablation, VT
93571FFR pressure measurement, initial vessel33225Insertion LV lead at time of generator insertion93655Ablate arrhythmia add-on
93572FFR pressure measurement, additional vessel33215Repositioning of previously implanted transvenous pacemaker or ICD93656EP and Catheter ablation, treatment of AF by PVI
0291TIntravascular (coronary native vessel or graft) during diagnostic evaluation and/or therapeutic intervention, initial vessel33226Repositioning of previously implanted LV lead93657Additional ablation of left or right atrium for treatment of AF
0292TIntravascular (coronary native vessel or graft) during diagnostic evaluation and/or therapeutic intervention, additional vessel33218Repair of single lead93662Intracardiac echocardiography (ICE)
37204Transcatheter occlusion or embolizaiton, percutaneous, any method, non-central nervous system, non-head or neck33220Repair of two leads93462Left heart caheterization by transseptal puncture through intact septum or by transapical puncture
37241Venous conditions other than hemorrhage33234Removal of pacemaker lead, single lead system93609Intraventricular and/or intr-atrial mapping of tachycardia sites with catheter manipulation to record from multiple sites to identify origin of tachycardia
37242Arterial conditions other than hemorrhage or tumor33235Removal of pacemaker leads, dual lead system93613Intracardiac electrophysiologic 3D mapping
37243Embolization for the purpose of tissue ablation and organ infarction or ischemia33244Removal of single or dual ICD leads, by transvenous extraction33282Implant patient activated event recorder
37244Embolization for treatment of hemorrhage or vascular or lymphatic extravastion33249Insertion ICD system, single or dual chamber33284Removal patient activated event recorder
93582Percutaneous transcatheter closure of patent ductus arteriosus33240Repositioning of previously implanted transvenous pacemaker or ICD33206Insertion or replacement pacemaker system, single chamber, atrial
93619Comprehensive EP study without induction33230Repositioning of previously implanted LV lead33207Insertion or replacement pacemaker system, single chamber, ventricular
93620Comprehensive EP study with induction, or attempted induction33231Repair of single lead33208Insertion or replacement pacemaker system, dual chamber
93621with LA pacing and recording33241Removal of ICD generator, without replacement33212Insertion of pacemaker pulse generator only, with existing single lead
93622with LV pacing and recording33262Removal of ICD pulse generator with replacement of ICD pulse generator, single lead system33213Insertion of pacemaker pulse generator only, with existing dual leads
93623Program stimulation and pacing after IV drug infusion33263Removal of ICD pulse generator with replacement of ICD pulse generator, dual lead system33214Upgrade of pacemaker system, convesion of single chamber to dual chamber
93296Pacemaker and ICD interrogation evaluation, remote, technical component33264Removal of ICD pulse generator with replacement of ICD pulse generator, multiple lead system93290ICM interrogation evaluation, in person
93297ICM interrogation evaluation, remote, professional component93640EP evaluation of single or dual ICD leads including threshold evaluation at time of initial implant or replacement93291ILR interrogation evaluation, in person
93298ILR interrogation evaluation, remote, professional component93641with testing of single or dual chamber ICD93293Pacemaker TTM
93299ICM and ILR interrogation evaluation, remote, technical component93642Subsquent or periodic analysi (follow-up)93294Pacemaker interrogation evaluation, remote, professional component
93280Pacemaker programming evaluation, dual lead93279Pacemaker programming evaluation, single lead93295ICD interrogation evaluation, remote, professional component
93287Peri-procedural ICD evaluation93281Pacemaker programming evaluation, multiple lead93283ICD programming evaluation, dual lead
93288Pacemaker interrogation evaluation, single/dual/multiple lead, in person93282ICD programming evaluation, single lead93284ICD programming evaluation, multiple lead
93289ICD interrogation evaluation, single/dual/multiple lead, in person93286Peri-procedural pacemaker evaluation93285ILR programming evaluation
ICD CODES
ICD-10DescriptionICD-10DescriptionICD-10Description
I35.0Nonrheumatic aortic (valve) stenosisI20.0Unstable anginaZ79.01Long term (current) use of anticoagulants
I35.1Nonrheumatic aortic (valve) insu ciencyI25.110Atherosclerotic heart disease of native coronary artery with unstable angina pectorisI25.760Atherosclerosis of bypass graft of coronary artery of transplanted heart with unstable angina
Z95.2Presence of prosthetic heart valveI25.700Atherosclerosis of coronary artery bypass graft(s), unspeci ed, with unstable angina pectorisI25.790Atherosclerosis of other coronary artery bypass graft(s) with unstable
E78.4Other hyperlipidemiaI49.5Sick sinus syndromeZ13.6Encounter for screening for cardiovascular disorders
E78.5Hyperlipidemia, unspeci edR00.1Bradycardia, unspeci edR94.31Abnormal electrocardiogram [ECG] [EKG] angina pectoris
I35.2Nonrheumatic aortic (valve) stenosis with insu ciencyR55Syncope and collapseI42.9Cardiomyopathy, unspeci ed
I35.8Other nonrheumatic aortic valve disordersR06.02Shortness of breathI48.2Chronic atrial brillation
I49.8Other speci ed cardiac arrhythmiasI25.710Atherosclerosis of autologous vein coronary artery bypass graft(s) with unstable angina pectorisI48.91Unspecified atrial brillation
I42.0Dilated cardiomyopathyI25.720Atherosclerosis of autologous artery coronary artery bypass graft(s) with unstable angina pectorisI47.2Ventricular tachycardia
I35.9Nonrheumatic aortic valve disorder, unspeci edI44.2Atrioventricular block, completeZ01.810Encounter for preprocedural cardiovascular examination
R00.1Bradycardia, unspeci edI25.730Atherosclerosis of nonautogous biological coronary artery bypass graft(s) with unstable angina pectorisI25.10Atherosclerotic heart disease of native coronary artery without angina pectoris
I42.5Other restrictive cardiomyopathyZ95.0Presence of cardiac pacemakerI42.8Other cardiomyopathies
I48.0Paroxysmal atrial brillation414.01Coronary atherosclerosis of native coronary arteryI25.750Atherosclerosis of native coronary artery of transplanted heart with unstable angina
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