Lytec 2014



As the health care system continues to evolve, the needs of care providers are constantly changing. Thatís why 2K Medical Billing Systems is pleased to announce the release of Lytec 2014.

The new software offers several features that will allow your practice to effectively manage the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10, scheduled to occur October 1, 2014. While some fundamental changes have been made to ICD-10 coding sets, Lytec 2014 will reduce mapping complexity and the need for manual entry.

With Lytec 2014, your practice will be able to do the following:

  • Enter ICD-10 codes onto the diagnosis list
  • Set the code version by insurance carrier so ICD-9 codes can still be used for carriers who have not transitioned by October 1, 2014
  • Receive a notification if the wrong code is used for a carrier
  • Use a mapping tool based on CMSís General Equivalent
    Mappings (GEM) to translate some ICD-9 codes to ICD-10.

In addition, practices who purchase Lytec 2014 will also receive all enhancements that are currently part of Lytec 2013, including those for billing, scheduling and patient accounting. It also comes with Lytec Mobile, allowing users to view schedules, and transmit charges, diagnosis codes and notes via an iPhone or iPad.

With Lytec medical billing software, your practice can improve its workflow efficiency and better serve your patients. You will enjoy the lower cost of sending patient statements and the ability to make those statements readable and visually appealing. Youíll also lose fewer bills and reduce the chance of having a claim rejected. As the cost of health care undergoes major adjustments, it is important for practices to seek efficiency wherever possible.

And since Lytec medical billing software works better when all staff members understand it, 2K Medical Billing Solutions offers personalized hands-on training to meet the needs of your staff.

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