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Precyse University Offers Mobile Apps for On-Demand ICD-10 Education
Date:8/6/2013

id Thomas Ormondroyd, Vice President and General Manager of Precyse Learning Solutions. "Precyse University ICD-10 applications are now available on all mobile operating systems. As official Apple, Google Play/Android and Amazon developers, we make our applications available from any device a learner may have."

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Precyse provides industry-leading expert services and comprehensive technologies that empower healthcare organizations to most effectively and efficiently capture, organize, secure and analyze clinical data and transform it into actionable information, supporting the delivery of quality patient care and optimizing operating performance. Precyse has enabled nearly 4,000 healthcare facilities and health systems nationwide to improve efficiency and deliver tangible outcomes for more than a decade. With products ranging from an integrated transcription and coding platform with advanced speech recognition, expert workflow technologies and Natural Language Processing to HIM consulting and services, Precyse's flexible software can be delivered stand-alone or complemented by a professional staff of more than 1,200 experts. Now more than ever, hospitals and health systems are challenged to achieve meaningful use of the legal health record. Precyse is the partner hospitals across the country choose to achieve this goal. To learn more, visit www.precyse.com.  

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