Physician-created software program simplifies and improves clinical documentation process, provides tools hospitals need to improve documentation, streamlines communication and protects bottom line Physician-created software program simplifies and improves clinical documentation process, provides tools hospitals need to improve documentation, streamlines communication and protects bottom line
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) March 1, 2010 --
(Embargoed Until Monday, March 1 at 12:30 p.m. ET)
At a time when shrinking hospital and medical practice staffs are facing increasing costs along with escalating documentation, audit and billing requirements, ChartWise:CDI is taking risk, redundancy and complexity out of the process.
Introduced at the HIMSS 2010 annual conference and exhibition March 1-4, booth #815 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA, ChartWise:CDI is a new software program that helps hospitals maximize DRG-related reimbursements, reduce Medicare audit risk, and assist in oversight and compliance. It is a product of ChartWise Medical Systems, created by physician Dr. Jonathan Elion, who previously founded Heartlab, the world's leading designer of information networks for cardiology.
"ChartWise is the only program that captures the doctor's input and helps turn clinical terms into accurate diagnostic language required for reimbursement, using a custom-designed system," said Dr. Jonathan Elion, creator of ChartWise. "It also streamlines communication between the physician and Clinical Documentation Specialist, and provides metrics vital to other administrative, medical and financial measurements," he added.
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About the Founder
Dr. Jonathan Elion is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Brown University and a practicing physician at The Miriam Hospital in Providence, RI. He is the founder of ChartWise Medical Systems, Inc. in Wakefield, RI, a medical software firm whose rules-based expert system assists physicians and Clinical Documentation Specialists with increased efficiencies and completeness of documentation, queries and workflow. He is a graduate of Brown University (BA and MD), trained in Internal Medicine at the University of Wisconsin, and in Cardiology at Duke University. For more information, contact 401.473.2020, or visit www.chartwisemed.com.
About HIMSS 2010 Conference
In Atlanta, the HIMSS annual conference is expected to attract about 29,000 attendees, ranking it as one of the largest healthcare IT and management systems conference in the world. Attendees who visit the conference participate in education sessions and networking events, in addition to visiting the exhibits. The 2010 conference includes more than 300 education sessions plus pre-conference education sessions with symposium on clinical engineering, financial systems, health information exchanges (HIEs), nursing informatics, payers, pharmacy IT, physicians' IT, and supply chain management.
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