BuildYourEMR Announces ICD-9 Conversion Tool with Cheat Sheet to ICD-10

BuildYourEMR today announces the availability of SmartSheet10™ as a standalone solution. SmartSheet10 is an ICD-10 toolkit that provides a unique way for healthcare providers to convert their ICD-9 codes cheat sheets to ICD-10 SmartSheets. SmartSheet10’s patent pending SmartSelect™ feature enables providers to find the most detailed ICD-10 code (necessary to get paid) in SmartSheets within seconds. SmartSheets are the ICD-10 upgrade for ICD-9 cheat sheets. They are a collection of digital bookmarks added by the user in an ICD-10 book. SmartSelect uses these bookmarks to guide the user to find the best diagnosis codes quickly and accurately at point of patient care. QuickConvert feature of SmartSheet10 allows conversion of an existing cheat sheet with hundreds of ICD-9 codes to SmartSheet in seconds. A demo of the QuickConvert and SmartSelect feature is available at


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