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SIS Rules-Based Charging Solution Successfully Peer Reviewed by HFMA for Third Consecutive Year
Date:2/4/2010

ATLANTA, Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- For the third consecutive year, the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) performed a rigorous assessment of SIS Rules-Based Charging (RBC), an automated charge capture solution by Surgical Information Systems, and determined that it meets the stringent standards of the Peer Review program in the areas of effectiveness, quality and usability, price, value, and customer and technical support.

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The Peer Review emblem of excellence is given to products that provide a proven ROI and are backed by superior customer service and technical support.  SIS achieved Peer Review status renewal after an extensive, voluntary HFMA evaluation involving 11 comprehensive steps that result in the denial of nearly 40 percent of applicants.  During the Peer Review assessment process, HFMA contacted users of the SIS Rules-Based Charging (RBC) solution to garner their direct feedback regarding the usability and effectiveness of the solution, as well as the quality of service provided by SIS support staff.  Respondents indicated the following:

  • 100% indicated that the product has resulted in enhanced productivity and accurate data.
  • 100% indicated that they received good service from both technical support staff and sales representatives.
  • 100% indicated that they would recommend the product to colleagues.

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