We are extremely fortunate to have six outstanding health care leaders join our quest to build the smartest, mobile clinical documentation platform on the market,” said Dan Schiller, President of Salar
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) January 20, 2014
Salar, Inc., a leading provider of clinical documentation, charge capture and CDI workflow solutions for hospitals and inpatient healthcare facilities, today announced the appointment of six members to its Clinical Documentation Advisory Board. The newly created board will advise Salar on future development of its web-based, ICD-10-ready clinical documentation platform, TeamNotes.
“We are extremely fortunate to have six outstanding health care leaders join our quest to build the smartest, mobile clinical documentation platform on the market,” said Dan Schiller, President of Salar. “Their respective experience and expertise in clinical care, hospital leadership and data management will create a leading edge platform for our next generation of TeamNotes.”
The Clinical Documentation Advisory Board’s new members are:
- Neri Cohen, MD, PhD, Vice-Chair of the Department of Surgery, Greater Baltimore Medical Center
- Jasen Gundersen, MD, MBA, CPE, SFHM, President of Hospital Medicine, Team Health, Inc.
- Brian Houston, MD, Fellow, Division of Cardiology, Johns Hopkins Medicine
- Don Levick, MD, MBA, FHIMSS, Chief Medical Information Officer, Lehigh Valley Health Network
- Eric Radler, MD, Director of Hospital Medicine, Lifespan
- Jenson Wong, MD, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, San Francisco General Hospital
Please visit http://www.salarinc.com/company/clinical-documentation-advisory-board/ to read more about Salar’s Clinical Documentation Advisory Board members.
Salar, Inc. is a leading provider of clinical documentation, charge capture and CDI workflow solutions for hospitals and inpatient healthcare facilities preparing for the ICD-10 transition. Its cloud-hosted, mobile platform sits on top of legacy EMRs and makes it possible for medical specialties to customize their own note templates and capture structured clinical data for quality reporting. Documentation, charge capture and coding become more accurate and the revenue cycle is optimized when clinicians are given CDI tools and information upfront at the point of documentation. For more information, please visit: http://www.salarinc.com.