Urology EHR, Practice Management, and Medical Billing Software
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Tomorrow’s Urology Practice Software TODAY
What is Urology Software?
At a basic level, rheumatology software electronically stores urology-patient medical information. Ideally, the software not only takes into account the unique needs of urologists, it also helps them spend more time with patients. But no matter how modern or feature-filled an electronic medical record (EMR) is, unless it easily integrates with all other software used in the urology practice, 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, urology 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.
5 Ways Modern EHRs Benefit Urologists
- Simplify coding. EMRs that are difficult to learn, counterintuitive to use, and require multiple steps for simple tasks can lead to physician burnout. Indeed, a 2021 Medscape survey found that 49% of urologists are either burned out or burned out and depressed. They cited too many bureaucratic tasks (63%) and increasing computerization of practice (45%) as the top contributors to burnout. Urologists need software that improves efficiency by quickly leading them through the process to enter, for example, a type of neoplasm or an incontinence category.
- Streamline e-prescribing. Urology patients are often prescribed a variety of medications, so robust e-prescribing is essential to urology software. EMRs with a strong focus on drug interactions lower the need for manual mediation reconciliation and help patients avoid harmful drug interactions.
- Robust test integration. Urology patients often require both lab tests such as a urinalysis and device-based tests such as a kidney MRI. Look for an EMR that lets clinicians easily view lab test results, pathology reports, and images from MRIs from any device.
- Improve practice management. Features like note-taking templates, PQRI reporting functions, clinical decision support, and patient-progress dashboards all help rheumatologists create practice-specific workflows that help them spend more time with patients and less on administrative tasks.
- 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 revenue 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 Urologists 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 urology clinic, it will not give you the granular data you need for RCM. Put simply, the urology 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 internal and external labs and test devices
Lastly, the urology office system should be able to quickly integrate with patient-facing systems such as patient portals and personal electronic medical records.
- “Medscape Urologist Lifestyle, Happiness & Burnout Report 2021.” Medscape, accessed 31 October 2021. https://www.medscape.com/slideshow/2021-lifestyle-urologist-6013526#4
- “Buyer’s Guide.” Software Advice, 29 October 2021. https://www.softwareadvice.com/medical/urology-electronic-medical-records-software-comparison/
- Adams, Mark. “Top Urology EMR Software Buyers Guide 2021.” EMRFinder.com, 12 October 2021. https://www.emrfinder.com/urology-emr/
ICD-10 Urology Superbill Example
|Appointment Date & Time:||Last Seen Date:|
|Patient:||Gender:||DOB:||MR#||Pat Due:||INS Due:|
|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 CODE||Description||CPT CODE||Description||CPT CODE||Description|
|99203||Consult||51741||Uroflow||89264||Sperm identification from testis tissue, fresh or cryopreserved|
|99213||Follow Up Visit||51725||Simple Cystometrogram||89300||Semen analysis; presence and/or motility of sperm including Huhner test (post coital)|
|52000||Cystoscopy||51726||Complex Cystometrogram||89310||Semen analysis; motility and count (not including Huhner test)|
|76872||Prostate Ultrasound||51702||Foley Catheter Insertion||89320||Semen analysis; volume, count, motility and differential|
|81000||Urinalysis||52310||Cystoscopy w/ Stent Removal||89321||Semen analysis; sperm presence and motility of sperm, if performed|
|55700||Prostate Biopsy||51798||Post‐Voiding Residual||89322||Semen analysis; volume, count, motility, and differential using strict morphologic criteria (eg, Kruger)|
|C61||Malignant neoplasm of prostate||R35.0||Frequency of micturition||N35.114||Postinfective anterior urethral stricture, not elsewhere classified|
|N40.1||Enlarged prostate with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS)||N39.0||Urinary tract infection, site not specified||N35.119||Postinfective urethral stricture, not elsewhere classified, male, unspecified|
|N13.8||Other obstructive and re ux uropathy||N30.00||Acute cystitis without hematuria||N35.12||Postinfective urethral stricture, not elsewhere classified, female|
|R33.9||Retention of urine, unspecified||N30.01||Acute cystitis with hematuria||N35.8||Other urethral stricture, unspecified|
|R33.0||Drug induced retention of urine||N30.10||Interstitial cystitis (chronic) without hematuria||N40.0||Enlarged prostate without lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS)|
|R33.8||Other retention of urine||N30.11||Interstitial cystitis (chronic) with hematuria||N13.30||Unspecified hydronephrosis|
|N20.0||Calculus of kidney||N30.20||Other chronic cystitis without hematuria||N13.1||Hydronephrosis with ureteral stricture, not elsewhere classified|
|N20.9||Urinary calculus, unspecified||N30.21||Other chronic cystitis with hematuria||N13.2||Hydronephrosis with renal and ureteral calculus obstruction|
|N20.2||Calculus of kidney and ureter||N30.30||Trigonitis without hematuria||N13.39||Other hydronephrosis|
|R97.2||Elevated prostate speci c antigen (PSA)||N30.31||Trigonitis with hematuria||N43.3||Hydrocele, unspecified|
|N39.41||Urge incontinence||N30.40||Irradiation cystitis without hematuria||N43.0||Encysted hydrocele|
|N43.40||Spermatocele of epididymis, unspecified||N30.41||Irradiation cystitis with hematuria||N43.1||Infected hydrocele|
|N43.41||Spermatocele of epididymis, single||N30.80||Other cystitis without hematuria||N43.2||Other hydrocele|
|N43.42||Spermatocele of epididymis, multiple||N30.81||Other cystitis with hematuria||N18.9||Chronic kidney disease, unspecified|
|N31.9||Neuromuscular dysfunction of bladder, unspecified||N30.90||Cystitis, unspecified without hematuria||N18.1||Chronic kidney disease, stage 1|
|N31.0||Uninhibited neuropathic bladder, not elsewhere classified||N30.91||Cystitis, unspecified with hematuria||N18.2||Chronic kidney disease, stage 2 (mild)|
|N31.1||Re ux neuropathic bladder, not elsewhere classified||N15.9||Renal tubule-interstitial disease, unspecified||N18.3||Chronic kidney disease, stage 3 (moderate)|
|N31.2||Flaccid neuropathic bladder, not elsewhere classified||N34.1||Nonspecific urehtritis||N18.4||Chronic kidney disease, stage 4 (severe)|
|N31.8||Other neuromuscular dysfunction of bladder||N34.2||Other urethritis||N18.5||Chronic kidney disease, stage 5|
|C67.9||Malignant neoplasm of bladder, unspecified||N39.3||Stress incontinence (female) (male)||N18.6||End stage renal disease|
|C67.0||Malignant neoplasm of trigone of bladder||N35.9||Urethral stricture, unspecified||R35.1||Nocturia|
|C67.1||Malignant neoplasm of dome of bladder||N35.010||Post-traumatic urethral stricture, male, meatal||R32||Unspecified urinary incontinence|
|C67.2||Malignant neoplasm of lateral wall of bladder||N35.011||Post-traumatic bulbous urethral stricture||R39.81||Functional urinary incontinence|
|C67.3||Malignant neoplasm of anterior wall of bladder||N35.012||Post-traumatic membranous urethral stricture||F98.0||Non-organic origin|
|C67.4||Malignant neoplasm of posterior wall of bladder||N35.013||Post-traumatic anterior urethral stricture||N39.3||Stress incontinence (female) (male)|
|C67.5||Malignant neoplasm of bladder neck||N35.014||Post-traumatic urethral stricture, male, unspecified||N39.41||Urge incontinence|
|C67.6||Malignant neoplasm of ureteric ori ce||N35.021||Urethral stricture due to childbirth||N39.42||Incontinence without sensory awareness|
|C67.7||Malignant neoplasm of urachus||N35.028||Other post-traumatic urethral stricture, female||N39.43||Post-void dribbling|
|C67.8||Malignant neoplasm of overlapping sites of bladder||N35.111||Postinfective urethral stricture, not elsewhere classified, male, meatal||N39.44||Noctural enuresis|
|N20.1||Calculus of ureter||N35.112||Postinfective bulbous urethral stricture, not elsewhere classified||N39.45||Continuous leakage|
|N20.2||Calculus of kidney with calculus of ureter||N35.113||Postinfective membranous urethral stricture, not elsewhere classified||N39.46||Mixed incontinence|