Care Communications, Inc and Records One, developer of the v6 Platform that includes v6 CACDIS for computer-assisted coding (CAC) and clinical documentation improvement (CDI), recently announced a new partnership to bring together Care Communications’ comprehensive data quality services capabilities and talent with Records One’s CAC and CDI tools to more efficiently help health care organizations with their immediate goals to efficiently and accurately transition to ICD-10 and beyond, improve coding and clinical documentation productivity and accuracy, and install and optimize the use of the Records One CACDIS technology.
For over three decades Care Communications has helped health care organizations improve their data quality to meet coding and clinical documentation compliance standards and revenue performance goals, as well as provide coding experts to help keep coding current and cash flowing.
“By teaming up with Records One we can enhance efficiency and expand our core services at a time when health care organizations are in great need,” says Leslie Fox, CEO of Care Communications, Inc. “We will offer a broader array of data quality services to meet the increased need for data quality across the care delivery continuum.”
With Records One’s v6 CACDIS technology, hospitals achieve efficiencies in coding, clinical documentation, and physician communication. Instead of working in silos, clinical documentation specialists, coders, and physicians communicate within one system. The v6 CACDIS delivers CDI automation and CAC within a single, cloud-based platform.
Source: Care Communications