J C Ryle fan's Review of Cpt QuickrefReviewed on 2/15/18 5:02 PM
All I wanted this for was to search a CPR Code and find out what it referred to. It doesn’t even do that.
deadbeatdoug's Review of Cpt QuickrefReviewed on 12/26/17 5:44 PM
This app contained absolutely non of the advertised data for my entire specialty. It is a great idea, but is so far away from being a final product. Also, agreed - their customer service lacks the service component.
1crazycat119's Review of Cpt QuickrefReviewed on 11/25/17 3:06 AM
I literally cannot do anything! I can’t look up codes! or nothing! I’ll just buy a CPT book! I’m not paying 60 dollars for an app!
Review1054's Review of Cpt QuickrefReviewed on 11/19/17 11:09 PM
This app is a total waste of memory on my device. There are numerous free apps that work much better. Stay away
yweeds's Review of Cpt QuickrefReviewed on 11/16/17 12:37 PM
Once you buy this it will never update anything. Really bad
Honourbrite's Review of Cpt QuickrefReviewed on 1/30/18 2:51 AM
I spent a lot of extra money to get the E version and hardcover with the extended app period every time I go to use the QR the app it immediately shuts down. I am convinced we wasted our money
Karen Fitz's Review of Cpt QuickrefReviewed on 1/10/19 1:01 PM
Can't find any Medicare preventive codes included like annual wellness, and behavioral codes for Tobacco and Obesity. Not impressed. What else is missing?
Sin_D's Review of Cpt QuickrefReviewed on 1/10/19 1:01 PM
I am not a physician. I was looking for an app to assist with setting up Medical Necessity Checking. One can Google a test faster than trying to search for it here. An efficient search is crucial and this one is painful.
smithmd's Review of Cpt QuickrefReviewed on 1/10/19 1:01 PM
Open search for keywords and goes to numeric search only. Worthless as the AMA.
J O Smith's Review of Cpt QuickrefReviewed on 1/10/19 1:01 PM
I work mostly outpatient. A long time ago I had a simple calculator on my Palm Pilot that would allow me to add up my elements and would give me my level of service for a patient encounter. It was a quick way to be sure I was coding high enough. I thought this would do the same. Wasted ten bucks.