Makers of Practice Magic Psychotherapy Billing Software
Be Ready For ICD10
For an update of ICD9CODES, use the below PAYPAL link to pay for your upgrade. The charge for this upgrade to Practice Magic is 29.95. When payment is complete, you will be directed to a page that permits you download and install all the necessary file. Do to the limitations of PayPal, this button MAY only work if you have used the URL "http:\\www.practicemagic.com\BUYICD10.HTML" rather than linked into this page from another webpage. Try it first, and if there is a problem, copy and paste this link directly into your web browser.
For California residents, the following button will add 7.5% California Sales Tax
The following button will NOT add California Sales Tax
As a free addition to this upgrade we have also created a utility called change_icd9_to_icd10.exe for converting many, if not all of your ICD9 codes in your client files to ICD10 codes. We strongly urge you to make a backup copy of your C:\MAGIC\INFO folder so that if you are not completely happy with the results of running this utility you can restore your original INFO folder. This utility is a BETA version and we do not warrantee it in any way, nor will Cornucopia be responsible for any unforeseen consequences resulting from running this utility. We believe it will simplify your conversion to the new codes, but it is your responsibility to examine the changes produced by the utility and determine if you are completely happy with them. This utility requires no installation. Simply click the link at the bottom of the "Thank You for your Purchase" screen and it will install. After you click UNZIP, it will run automatically. It will ask you a question about where your files are (in most cases you can simply accept the default by pressing the <ENTER> key) and the program will automatically make the changes to your client files. If you do not wish to run the utility (see discussion below), you can click the red "X" in the top right corner of the screen when the initial screen displays. Your anti-virus program will probably not recognize this utility and will want to scan it thoroughly before letting it run.