Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 19, 2012
Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) face unique ICD-10 conversion challenges. While the code change doesn’t have a direct financial impact for these providers, it still poses risks to cost-based reimbursements, operations, and resources. These risks are compounded by the resource and financial constraints faced by most CAHs; they simply do not have the available cash or people to support all of the activities required by the mandate. The underlying message is that CAHs need to have a plan and start executing that plan now to avoid potential negative impacts.
Recognizing CAH ICD-10 challenges, Jvion developed Critical Care ICD-10—a software-enabled solution to drive risk mitigation, automation, and cost savings into the assessment, conversion, and post-conversion phases of ICD-10. The offering comprises three solutions:
Jvion has already delivered measureable results to CAH organizations through Critical Care ICD-10. “Our facility was able to move from the ‘how to’ stage in the implementation process of ICD-10 to the hands on management process in a relatively short period of time,” said John Rau, President and CEO of a Midwestern CAH. “Jvion’s assessment gave us the tools we needed to invest in setting up our facility for success well before the ICD-10 deadline.”
For more information on Jvion’s Critical Care ICD-10 solutions or any of their ICD-10 conversion offerings, please visit http://www.jvion.com/criticalaccesshospital.html.
Jvion is a privately held healthcare compliance technology and services organization with a full suite of tools to enable the ICD-10 conversion. The company serves providers and payers in all phases of the ICD-10 conversion process with a simple value proposition—by using Jvion’s tools and solutions, organizations can do more to reduce cost, mitigate risk, and optimize reimbursements with fewer resources and in a shorter time line. Please visit Jvion’s website at http://www.jvion.com for more information.