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eicd.com Content Objects: Medical coding development tools from eicd.com

While our Enterprise Edition software is a perfect, self-contained software solution for many institutions (plug and play if you will), some projects require more control over the user interface. For institutions and corporations that need to create more robust coding applications, we offer eicd.com Content Objects. As defined in the full specifications, eicd.com Content Objects are self-contained Java methods that take any free text (code, word or phrase) as a query argument and return an applicable array of codes. Thus, using the ICD-9 Content Object eICD( ), the individual signs and symptoms of headache, agitation, confusion, lethargy, or dysphagia will each return an array of valid ICD-9-CM codes with their complete descriptions. Engage any or all of the elements of these output arrays with standard Java programming techniques. The beauty of these modular coding resources is that developers can immediately provide full medical coding support to any software project capable of exposing Java methods (e.g. JSP or Servlets). One of the easiest and most useful applications would be to incorporate the output results of these Java methods into a transaction based project, such as an online, real-time superbill or claim.

eicd.com Content Objects are created using ICD-9-CM and ICD-10source data from the World Health Organization (WHO), and CMS (formerly HCFA) respectively. The codes generated (output) are all current valid codes. For example, ICD-9-CM codes generated by the eICD( ) Content Object are all final codes that require no additional digits.

Below is a brief summary of our eicd.com Content Objects. If you would like to discuss licensing one or all of our eICD.com Content Objects into your software, we will be more than happy to provide complete documentation and a demo of the software. 

For more information or to order an email demo write to us at eicdCO@eicd.com

Please refer to the full specifications text before implementation:

eICD10( )

public String[ ][ ] eICD(String criteria, String exclude)

An eicd.com ICD-10 Diagnosis Content Object. Returns a string array representing the ICD-10 Diagnosis codes in eICD.com format that meet the criteria, while eliminating any codes meeting the exclude argument.  Please note, there are separate ICD-9-CM DIAGNOSIS AND ICD-9-CM PROCEDURE Content Objects: eICD( ) and  eICP( ) respectively (see below).

 

eICD( )

public String[ ][ ] eICD(String criteria, String exclude)

An eicd.com ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Content Object. Returns a string array representing the ICD-9-CM Diagnosis codes in eICD.com format that meet the criteria, while eliminating any codes meeting the exclude argument.  Please note, there is a separate ICD-9-CM PROCEDURE Content Object eICP( ) (see below).

EHCPCS( )

public String[][] EHCPCS(String criteria, String exclude)

An eicd.com HCPCS Content Object. Returns a string array representing the HCPCS codes in eicd.com format that meet the criteria, while eliminating any codes meeting the exclude argument.

 

eICP( )

public String[][] eICP(String criteria, String exclude)

An eicd.com ICD-9-CM PROCEDURE Content Object. Returns a string array representing the ICD-9-CM PROCEDURE codes in eicd.com format that meet the criteria, while eliminating any codes meeting the exclude argument.

eicdLMRP ( )

public String[][]  eicdLMRP(int location, String txcriteria, String txexclude, String dxcriteria, String dxexclude)

An eicd.com Local Medicare Review Panel Content Object.  Returns a string array representing the ICD-9-CM code pairings allowed under the LMRP for a given location as well as the path of the source document for the rule. eicdLMRP identifies ICD-9-CM codes that meet dxcriteria, while eliminating any codes meeting the dxexclude argument while matching those codes that meet txcriteria- eliminating any codes meeting the txexclude argument.

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