Marietta, GA (PRWEB) April 3, 2009
Legacy Data Access (LDA), an innovator in data storage and Web-based solutions, today announced the release of LegacyAuditAssist, a major new component to its LegacySuite of data retention and access products.
Designed to help manage and respond to all types of audits against data from applications utilizing LegacySuite, LegacyAuditAssist provides healthcare organizations with the tools to streamline the process to collect data from identified accounts, collate the data and package the consolidated information. The solution allows users to classify and track processes based on the type of audit, including RAC, MIC, third party and more, and identify accounts based on the reason for the audit. It also can identify and package all associated data from other retired systems including revenue cycle, radiology, pharmacy, surgery and other clinical systems.
"Although we already provide the most comprehensive set of tools for working with data from retired healthcare applications, LegacyAuditAssist gives our customers the tools to respond to pressures from new, more specific audits," explained Shelly Peters, CEO of Legacy Data Access. "LegacyAuditAssist will help our customers preserve their revenues from their legacy systems. Because all of the data is brought over intact, with no conversion, mapping or loss of detail, LegacyAuditAssist offers healthcare organizations the best possible audit defense."
About Legacy Data Access, Inc.
Legacy Data Access is an IT services organization providing the industry's most comprehensive set of software tools for working with data from retired systems. With a singular focus on the healthcare industry, Legacy Data Access stores data from systems that are being retired and provides secure, Web-based access to the information. LDA stores legacy revenue management, clinical and ERP application data from any platform. The company's offerings are designed to handle the data retention needs of healthcare organizations of all sizes, types and complexities. For more information, visit http://www.legacydataaccess.com.
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