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WebLOQ Selected By MARSI to Streamline Medical Audit Reviews From Dispersed Healthcare Community
Date:4/14/2010

A Privacy and Security rules to allow us to share patient files. By sharing the chart with LOQMail, MARSI is able to efficiently harness expertise that can be distributed around the country to ensure accurate diagnoses and coding. For MARSI, LOQMail has streamlined the record review process, created a more scalable business model, lower costs and more accountability during audits.”

MARSI is an expert in providing ICD-9/DRG compliance programs for hospitals, emergency departments, and primary care physicians to maximize reimbursement while limiting risk exposure due to over-coding. The company currently reviews more than 15,000 charts per month to ensure that medical diagnosis codes are correctly documented and adequately reflect the prescribed treatment and care. Physicians sometimes do not record all of the correct ICD-9 codes or the medical records office will code incorrectly. This can result in a chain reaction of inaccurate billing and incorrect reimbursement. Once a chart has been reviewed by MARSI’s team of clinical experts, clarifications of documentation and coding are sent back to the physician for review and MARSI’s clients can feel confident that they are ready to demonstrate coding compliance to auditors. The probability of being audited is real especially given the number of Recovery Audit Contractors that are working on behalf of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services.

LOQMail is ideal for both individuals and businesses that want to securely transmit email and files that contain personal information, sensitive data and confidential materials to comply with growing national and state privacy regulation.
“Healthcare providers of all sizes are scrambling to update their IT systems so that they can securely and compliantly transmit patient data,” said Neal
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