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Allscripts Adds TeamPraxis Quality Reporting Software for Electronic Health Records
Date:2/5/2008

at provides bonuses for physicians who successfully report a designated set of quality measures for covered Medicare services.

The Allscripts CQS is a true "no touch" system that makes it easier for practices to qualify for PQRI and other pay-for-performance bonuses by extracting and compiling the appropriate quality measures from the Electronic Health Record, Practice Management system, or outside laboratories. Using flexible clinical algorithms, the Allscripts CQS assists clinicians in determining which patients are eligible for the pay-for-performance program and in finding the appropriate reporting codes, which are then automatically appended to claims submitted electronically. This frees office staff from the time-consuming process of manually reviewing individual patient medical records to determine which patients are eligible for which pay-for-performance programs, and then manually applying the appropriate codes. Practices need only select which pay-for-performance programs they wish to participate in and the measures they want to report, and then use their EHR to document relevant information during each patient visit.

"We are proud to partner with Allscripts in developing this innovative solution that we believe will help physicians across the nation deliver higher quality care while generating new income for their practices," said TeamPraxis President and Chief Executive Officer Creighton Arita. "The Allscripts Clinical Quality Solution powered by TeamPraxis furthers Allscripts mission of eliminating paper from healthcare and delivering information that makes a difference at the point of care."

Beyond automating quality reporting and pay-for-performance initiatives, the Allscripts CQS provides physicians with a real-time display of their patient information. This enables them not only to see their reporting progress in real time, but also to leverage this information at the point of care to deliver more proactive care.

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