ICD10 Search Engine
How fast is the ICD10 search engine you use when looking up ICD10 codes? With Quikcoder, the ICD10 search engine created by computer software engineer and plastic surgeon Vivanti Jain M.D., you can search over 73,000 billable codes in milliseconds. Dr. Jain was aware that reducing wait times for insurance payments improves cash flow to medical practices and applied his experience and knowledge of codes and search engines to develop a program to benefit his private practice. Since the technology was beneficial to countless other organizations required to use ICD coding, Quikcoder was patented and is now available for use worldwide.
Only a few letters are needed for a quick and accurate search of the following:
- 2015 ICD10 codes
- 2016 ICD10 codes
- ICD9 codes
- CPT codes
- Updated 2017 ICD10 codes
Coders can choose the platform that will best meet their individual needs, from the Quikcoder pricing plans. Quikcoder is available to download for use on your device anytime with our Download Pricing Plan. Included in this one-time payment is unlimited free internet access to Quikcoder, and new editions and updates are available in the download plan for a yearly update fee. Unlimited Internet access 24/7 for use on enabled devices is available with our Unlimited Internet Pricing Plan. Monthly and yearly subscription accounts are offered. The download also gives the user the search time in milliseconds for each search and allows the user to step back to previous searches with one click.
For those who want to see how easy to use and fast the Quikcoder ICD10 search engine is, we offer two ways to try Quikcoder. The Test Drive offers a one minute search of our current and updated codes. Simply enter a keyword or code to search results. For a longer, more in-depth test on Quikcoder, we offer a 7-day free trial. We are confident that, once you try Quikcoder, you will find it to be the most accurate solution to your coding needs. See for yourself. Take the Quikcoder test drive now.