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Financial Stability in a Fluid Market

Revenue cycle management can leverage systems and workflows that close gaps, tie up loose ends, and ensure submission of a clean claim. Reference data—representing the coded and uncoded data used across a health system—plays an all-important role in strategies that optimize revenue cycle processes and ensure compliance with industry licensing requirements. As the market continues to […] More »

Consumer Friendly Descriptions

Consumer Friendly Descriptions Comply with CMS requirements, reduce your risk of Part C and Part D audit penalties, and improve communication to your members. Over 100,000 codes translated to communicate paper-based communications, patient/member portals, EOBs, and other general-purpose translation use cases. Minimize audit risk Comply with CMS Part C and Part D Enhance member satisfaction […] More »

Three Reasons DSM-5 Mapping Strategies Matter

The introduction of industry standards such as SNOMED CT, ICD-10, LOINC, and RxNorm is an important step toward achieving the goals of interoperability and information sharing. Yet healthcare organizations still face notable challenges to laying the best frameworks for normalizing data to these standards. Since there is no one standard that addresses all healthcare information, […] More »

Unspecified Diagnosis Codes Can Have Significant Financial Impacts

Clinicians have on average over five hundred common diagnoses on their picklist and use an average of nine hundred diagnosis codes every day. Find out how you can help manage the vast number of codes, improve your clinical diagnosis process, decrease queries and maximize your reimbursement. More »

How to Use Standardized Healthcare Terminologies to Meet Your Quality Care Goals

In order for healthcare to be safe, effective, patient centered, timely, efficient, and equitable,the adoption of information technology is critical.Only when you can merge clinical, claims, and patient-collected data can you generate a holistic view of the patient and his or her care over time. More »

Realizing the Value of Unstructured Data: Five Ways to Leverage NLP to Boost Outcomes and the Bottom Line

There is a lot of industry discussion underway about the promise of natural language processing (NLP). Increasingly recognized as a powerful tool for unlocking vital clinical data, NLP turns unstructured documentation into shareable data that can be analyzed and acted upon. More »

MAP Health Management Taps Wolters Kluwer Health for Data Exchange Services

MAP Health Management — a provider of telehealth and patient engagement solutions for patients with chronic behavioral health disorders — will integrate Wolters Kluwer Health’s Health Language platform to improve its data exchange practices. Health Language, a terminology and data management solution, will support MAP Health Management’s data sharing capabilities for its behavioral health services. More »

MAP Health Adopts Health Language System for Population Health Platform

MAP Health Management, a vendor of telehealth systems and other health IT for behavioral health providers, is integrating Health Language, a terminology management system from Wolters Kluwer Health, to enhance interoperability and support more compliant data exchange within its behavioral health platform. More »

Are Your Reports Showing Pregnant Men and Smoking Babies?

A goldmine of data exists across the healthcare continuum. Hospitals and health systems, by and large, recognize the opportunity. Many just don’t know how to overcome the complexities of data management to make it work for them. Consider the challenges: Staggering amounts of patient information are regularly accumulated from disparate systems, many with their own […] More »

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