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VitalWare Engages Clinical Directors with CDM Navigator
VitalWare is engaging clinical directors in a new way with a new tool called, CDM Navigator.
Designed to reduce maintenance time and improve efficiency, this new tool is ideal for the hospitals that use the EPIC system and offers a fully automated import process and integrated coding and compliance with a customizable workflow.
VitalWare’s CDM Navigator is designed to address issues associated with the existing CDM maintenance systems that are often labor intensive and time consuming.
CDM Navigator is replacing these traditional systems and is claimed to optimize communication and documentation throughout the organization.
This optimization will encourage department involvement in the CDM maintenance process leading to efficient workflow and robust reporting capability.
“VitalWare has built an interoperable platform with the newest technologies and has alleviated many of the challenges that hospitals face using revenue cycle tools today,” said Kerry Martin, CEO and founder of VitalWare. “Our uniquely designed systems have been engineered to take advantage of and handle the newest HIS platforms including EPIC, Sorian and Cerner (News - Alert).”
CDM Navigator can be combined with VitalWare’s online coding and compliance reference toolkit called VitalCoder to provide the reference material and documentation needed for successful updates and compliance.
The company is also offering standalone, enterprise-wide access for users outside of the chargemaster team.
VitalWare transforms healthcare intelligence into useful and actionable information, which allows its clients to focus their time and resources on core business. The company was in the news last year for signing an agreement with VHA.
VHA has selected VitalWare's ScoreCard application and will offer it to help member organizations prepare for the health care industry's important transition to ICD-10.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page
Edited by Carlos Olivera