San Diego, California (PRWEB) September 26, 2014
The number of outsourced coding and revenue cycle management initiatives have doubled over a years’ time as the number of hospitals confront the challenges of implementing suitable solutions before the 2015 ICD-10 deadline, according to the recently published Black Book™ surveys of hospital technology and physician leaders. This week many of those leaders will gather at the Association of Health Information Management Association Convention in San Diego.
24 percent of hospitals now outsource Clinical documentation audit, review and programming, up from 12% last year. By Q3 2015, 71 percent of hospitals plan on having a CDI services partner help them adjust and survive under the new codes. Full end-to-end revenue cycle outsourcing launches have increased 58% since 2013.
Attendees will have the opportunity to spend time evaluating sixteen of the top ranked vendors serving the coding and revenue cycle management sectors, as scored on 18 key performance indicators in 2014.
Black Book Rankings, well known internationally for accurate, impartial and relevant customer satisfaction surveys in the health industry services and software sectors, conducts sweeping annual user polls to determine the highest ranked Coding, Revenue Cycle, Health Information Exchange, and Electronic Record software systems.
Recognized as the most extensive HIM and HIT exposition in the industry, the AHIMA Convention and Exhibit attracts more than 4,000 decision makers and influencers. These are people looking for solutions in areas such as the electronic health record, clinical vocabularies and mapping, revenue cycle management, workflow, interoperability, transcription, and much more.
The 16 Top Ranked 2014 Black Book award winners are exhibiting at the AHIMA next week are:
3M Health Information Systems – #1 Computer Assisted Coding
Accretive PAS – #1 Hospital System Revenue Cycle Management Consulting
Beacon Partners – Large Hospital Revenue Cycle Management Consulting
ChartMaxx by Quest Diagnostics – Document Management Imaging Software
Dolbey – Speech Recognition Software
HealthPort – Release of Information Outsourcing
Iron Mountain – Patient Record Management Outsourcing
McKesson – Small Hospital Revenue Cycle Management Software
MedAssets – Community Hospital RCM Consulting
NextGen – Electronic Health Records, Large Group Practices
Nuance – Clinical Documentation Improvement Software
Optum – Accountable Care Interoperability
Optum – EHR Decision Support
Parallon – Hospital System Chain Revenue Cycle Outsourcing
Precyse – Medical Transcription Outsourcing
Quadramed – Patient Accounting, Small Hospitals
Quadramed – Enterprise Master Patient Index Tools
Streamline Health – Content Management Services
About Black Book™
Black Book Rankings, a division of Black Book Market Research LLC, provides healthcare IT users, media, investors, analysts, quality minded vendors, and prospective software system buyers, pharmaceutical manufacturers, and other interested sectors of the financial and clinical technology industries with comprehensive comparison data of the industry’s top respected and competitively performing technology, services and outsourcing vendors.
The largest user opinion poll of its kind in healthcare IT, Black Book™ collects over 400,000 viewpoints on information technology and outsourced services vendor performance annually. For methodology, auditing, resources, comprehensive research and ranking data see http://www.blackbookrankings.com.
About The 86th AHIMA Convention and Exhibit
The 86th AHIMA Convention and Exhibit takes place at a critical point in health information history, making the convention a must-attend event for professionals across all healthcare segments: providers, payers, vendors, consultants, and secondary data users. Drawing health information management (HIM) thought leaders and professionals and healthcare executives from every area of health informatics and information management, this weeklong event provides comprehensive updates, education, and information on current and emerging healthcare industry issues.
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