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DOMA Transforms Healthcare IT with Increased Security While Reducing Cost -- iCodeRx/iDocs/iCharts 6.0 Debuts at AHIMA National Convention
Date:9/25/2009

DOMA Technologies has launched the latest version of its revolutionary cost-cutting software. Newly developed upgrades to iCodeRx, iDocs, and iCharts now allow healthcare organizations to fully integrate and streamline their records and coding processes, while providing the highest security possible to patient information.

Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) - DOMA Technologies (www.domaonline.com) has launched the latest version of its revolutionary cost-cutting software. Newly developed upgrades to iCodeRx, iDocs, and iCharts now allow healthcare organizations to fully integrate and streamline their records and coding processes, while providing the highest security possible to patient information.

DOMA Technologies' success comes from helping hospitals, physician practices, and other health care providers turn space-eating paper records into paperless digital files for easy access and retrieval. "Our customers are realizing millions of dollars in recovered revenue and savings while improving patient care because of the intelligent and easy to use software we have developed, and the hands-on scanning and document services we provide," says Ian Checcio, DOMA's Vice President of Sales.

The users of iCodeRx, iDocs, and iCharts, drove the enhancements of version 6.0 which include a totally revamped interface, a powerful set of workflow tools, and patient information security.

"We are now moving from a document and records management solution to what can best be characterized as a collaborative health information platform," says Checcio. "By streamlining access and integrating information to EMRs, we are able to help organizations reduce overall costs, decrease labor hours, and capture lost revenue, while increasing the quality of patient care."

DOMA will unveil its new products at the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) National Convention in Grapevine, TX.
   
It's easy to see why, for the second year in a row, Inc. Magazine has named DOMA to its list of the 500 fastest growing companies in the nation. Health systems nationwide are failing to provide the highest quality of care, to bill for millions of dollars in services rendered, or to appeal denied reimbursements because of backlogs of patient charts that had not been forwarded to medical records departments in a timely manner. Using DOMA's ultra secure, web-based system companies are able to find and route information quickly, while dramatically reducing paper use, physical storage space, and labor hours associated with managing paper documents.

Inova Mount Vernon Hospital in Alexandria, VA, one of five hospitals in the Inova Health System, has successfully utilized the eDOMA web based technology to facilitate their home based Coding function.

"In July 2008, the hospital relocated the Medical Records Department in an adjacent office complex outside of the physical hospital building, which brought new challenges to clinicians needing timely access to the medical record post discharge. This relocation gave the MR Department an opportunity to provide the Medical Staff and ancillary clinicians with access to the scanned patient encounters via secure web access. In conjunction with the technical resources at DOMA we provided several onsite training sessions to @ 80 clinicians on the navigational ease of locating patient records for post care f/u and clinical review needs. The MR Department has seen a significant decrease (80%) in record pulls and phone calls to accommodate clinical record access. While we settled for the inevitable relocation, we are now able to focus on other medical record functions more expeditiously."

Richard A. Brown, MPA, RHIA
Director, Medical Records
Inova Mount Vernon Hospital

   
"Our product saves millions of trees, gallons of water, and barrels of oil. So when you develop a product that improves productivity, enhances the bottom line, saves a natural resource and allows professionals to work from home while focusing on their core services, how can anyone lose? Something else to watch out for is our 'Giving Program to Charity.' Everyone will want to be part of that." says Leticia Feliciano, CEO of DOMA Technologies.

About DOMA: DOMA Technologies is a privately owned Virginia Limited Liability Corporation and provides Software as a Service (SaaS) -- document management applications, Remote Medical Coding and services aimed across multiple vertical markets with a focus on Healthcare. DOMA specializes in affordable conversions of hardcopy paper documents into easily stored, readily accessible industry standard digital images.

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