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Precyse Announces Commercial Release of Revolutionary Intelligent Workflow Solution for Health Information Management
Date:5/3/2011

ers healthcare providers a means of reducing costs and finding new sources of revenue. "The product has been proven to minimize coding backlogs, facility DNFB levels, RAC exposure and denied claims and to accelerate revenue cycles," he said. "By allowing and processing physician queries directly in the system, it allows clinical documentation that more accurately describes the level of care provided. And by making coders more productive, it reduces the need for outside contract staffing resources to accommodate overflow."

PrecyseCode is already achieving noteworthy results in various healthcare organizations around the nation. For example, Precyse and M*Modal have partnered with Geisinger Health System to put precyseCode's ICD-10-ready automated clinical documentation and NLC coding software to work.  At Geisinger, the software will bridge medical dictation, transcription, coding and clinical documentation improvement (CDI) processes by capturing physician dictation, editing it, coding it and directing it into electronic health record (EHR) software platform. Based in Danville, Pa., Geisinger Health System is widely recognized for its implementation of innovative care models and deployment of state of the art technologies. Using precyseCode, Geisinger physicians can dictate directly into the EHR with minimal impact to their workflow patterns. Clinical information is electronically tagged to be easily searched, mined and analyzed by healthcare team members responsible for driving hospital care and outcomes. Geisinger and Precyse aim to see this collaborative technology replicated across the country.

"Our main goals are to optimize the coding process, improve workflow and accelerate ICD-10 transition," said Joan Topper, Vice President, IT Optimization, Geisinger Health System. "The management and coding teams at Geisinger are already seeing early improvements i
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