2012 ICD-10 Summit Sets Stage for Solutions Vendor

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Alpha Systems will be exhibiting at the 2012 ICD-10 Summit at the Hilton Baltimore on April 16-17, 2012. The company expects to play a major role in helping hospitals prepare for ICD-10 with their workflow solutions that help improve financial outcomes for healthcare organizations.

Alpha Systems, a premier provider of data and document management solutions, will be exhibiting at the 2012 ICD-10 Summit at the Hilton Baltimore on April 16-17, 2012. The company expects to play a major role in helping hospitals prepare for ICD-10 with their workflow solutions that help improve financial outcomes for healthcare organizations. Alpha Systems provides hospitals the tools they need to electronically capture data and information starting in pre-registration and throughout the patients stay to expedite the flow of information to improve revenue cycle performance.

This year’s ICD-10 Summit, Strategies for a Successful ICD-10-CM/PCS Transition, is an event dedicated to the exploration of the challenges and opportunities represented in the transition to the ICD-10-CM/PCS coding systems. The Summit provides a forum for all stakeholders to learn how each industry sector will impact the others. The two-day event will feature information, resources, and networking opportunities the audience needs to effectively plan and manage the transition process and gain this strategic advantage. A Computer Assisted Coding Summit also takes place on Wednesday, April 18th at the same location.

About Alpha Systems
Alpha Systems serves the Health Information Technology needs of America’s leading healthcare providers with data and document management solutions that enables them to fully leverage their investment in Electronic Health Records and Coding Technologies. To learn more, visit http://www.alphaedm.com or call 800-732-9644.

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