Inteilcode March 2014 Newsletter


Visit www.intelicode.comand view our new website! Finding what you need has never been easier.  Come join the forums and leave your comments.  We look forward to hearing from you!



InteliCurve is now available in Intelicode.  Using the latest available CMS data, compare your physician against national and specialty percentages.  You can even compare your physician against other physicians within the same organization. InteliCurve seamlessly integrates with Intelicode.  Visit our websitetoday to download.



If you are using Version or newer, you might have noticed something different with your diagnosis codes.  Some codes are in uppercase and some codes are in lowercase.  Why, you ask?  The answer is ICD-10s are the codes in lower case and ICD-9s are the codes in upper case.  You now have access to both.  Choose which code you want to use.  Show your physician the code he would previously have used and what the new code is in ICD-10!




  • March 21 from 10:00 - 11:00 am ET  OR

  • April 22 from 1:00 - 2:00 pm ET

If you are familiar with Intelicode, join this free webinar to learn the new features and functionality built into the latest version.  Presenter, Aaron Childrey, will show you how to use the new features and answer your questions.


  • April 7 - 3:00 - 4:30 pm ET

Never used Intelicode before?  Join webinar presenter, Aaron Childrey, as he gives a complete walkthrough of Intelicode showing you each screen you would encounter while using Intelicode and how to utilize all of its features.

IT Knows

Next month Microsoft will no longer be offering support for Windows XP.  No support means no security updates; no security updates means security holes will no longer be patched; no security patches means your operating system will be open to mal-ware attacks.  What does that mean to me?  It means Windows XP will no longer be acceptable as a HIPAA compliant component.  What can I do?  Talk to your IT department about possible solutions.  If you don't have an IT department, consider upgrading your operating system.  Keep in mind though that if upgrading to VISTA, support for it ends April 11, 2017. If your hardware is capable, you might want to consider upgrading to Windows 7 or 8.  If your hardware isn't capable, now might be a good time to replace your computer.