Latest Agility Healthcare Solutions Stories

2008-07-16 12:01:29

McKesson today announced it has acquired EN-Chart Scanning Program, LLC, a market-leading provider of computer-assisted facility coding and compliance solutions for emergency department (ED) visits. Based in Dandridge, Tenn., EN-Chart provides advanced coding and charge capture capabilities that enhance emergency department information systems (EDIS) and help to optimize revenue. EN-Chart solutions can be used stand-alone or integrated with existing hospital EDIS, including McKesson's...

2008-06-17 09:01:11

When it comes to finances, most healthcare organizations are operating under "code red," with an average of 80% of payments uncollected at any given time(1). In addition to struggling with complex reimbursement models and ever-shrinking margins, hospitals often manage their revenue stream with fragmented processes, old patient accounting systems that are bolted together, and paper-based transactions that are inefficient at best. Left unchanged, aggregate hospital margins are expected to...

2007-08-28 09:23:01

Mobile Aspects announced today that the DMC Harper University Hospital will implement a radio frequency identification (RFID) enabled inventory management system to store, track, and manage the utilization of high cost devices and supplies supporting cardiology services. Developed by Mobile Aspects, Inc., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the system, called iRISupply™, uses an RFID tracking architecture to automate charge capture, inventory management, device expiration management, and other...

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