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ICD 10 and Speedy Claims
Posted by Dan Perrine, Last modified by Dan Perrine on 18 March 2019 03:19 PM
For better or worse, ICD 10 is finally here.
Here are a couple of things you must do in Speedy Claims to make sure you filling the form correctly.
1. If you don't have Version 6.8 of Speedy Claims then you must upgrade your program. Prior version will NOT work with ICD 10.
2. Make sure you have the latest build of Version 6.8. Use "Check for updates" under the Help menu.
3. Make sure you have selected the correct form in Speedy Claims! Go to your Settings page and select the 02/12 form and click Save.
4. Next, you want to make sure you are indicating to the insurance company that you are using ICD 10 codes instead of ICD 9. In Field 21 there is a small box labeled ICD Ind [ ]. You want to put a ZERO  in this box. This is not a SpeedySoft rule. It is a NUCC/Medicare rule. It was designed from the very beginning to have space for only one character.
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