VitalWare Launches New iDocuMint Web Application to Provide Critical Documentation Intelligence to Meet ICD-9 and ICD-10 Requirements

The iDocuMint solution bridges the gaps between what physicians document, and coders need to code. It also offers an easy to use ICD-9 favorites list that provides a simple list of ICD-10 required components for Physician education. VitalWare will be demonstrating the solution at ACDIS in Booth 129 in Las Vegas on May 7-9, 2014.

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“Rightful reimbursement and organizational quality benchmarks are dictated by both the specificity and adequacy of clinical documentation,” commented Kerry Martin, President and CEO of VitalWare.

Yakima, Washington (PRWEB) May 05, 2014

VitalWare™, the leader in healthcare intelligence for ICD-9 and ICD-10 coding, today announced a new web site, http://www.iDocuMint.com, devoted to its iDocuMint™ physician documentation tool. The solution guides physicians to complete and accurate clinical documentation under ICD-9 and ICD-10 by prompting for additional considerations based on VitalWare’s proprietary, expert guidance, documentation and coding guidelines. It offers favorites lists by specialty and is perfect for mobile use.

Clinical documentation requirements and physician documentation queries are impairing physicians’ productivity. Physicians need an innovative solution that simplifies these requirements and improves daily productivity. VitalWare’s iDocuMint™ is designed to fulfill the need for quick and efficient documentation in an easy to use electronic "superbill" format. Conveniently operating on a PC, MAC or mobile device, the cloud-based application bridges the gaps frequently found in clinical documentation today. iDocuMint is powered by ICD Sherpa™, VitalWare's patent pending, proprietary physician documentation engine (PDE).

“Rightful reimbursement and organizational quality benchmarks are dictated by both the specificity and adequacy of clinical documentation,” commented Kerry Martin, President and CEO of VitalWare. “We will be demonstrating iDocuMint at ACDIS in Las Vegas. Attendees will be able to see first-hand how our solution can improve physician productivity by simplifying complete clinical documentation,” added Martin.

Licenses for iDocuMint can be purchased on a subscription basis, for one or two years. For a limited time, with a paid subscription, physicians can enjoy the rest of 2014 for free, meaning their subscriptions will not expire until December 31, 2015 (for a one year subscriptions) or December 31, 2016 (for a two year subscription).

About VitalWare
VitalWare contributes to next generation revenue cycle success by delivering innovative, cloud-based technology solutions that enrich and integrate key processes including documentation, coding, billing and auditing. Delivered with an unwavering commitment to service and support, VitalWare solutions positively impact fiscal health for providers, payers and healthcare vendors. Headquartered in Washington State, VitalWare was established to help organizations with the overwhelming task of navigating the many regulatory changes taking place in today’s healthcare environment. For more information visit http://www.vitalware.com, email info(at)vitalware(dot)com, or call 855.464.2310.

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For more information contact:
Leslee Paganelli
lesleepaganelli(at)vitalware(dot)com
(855) 464-2310 ext. 650


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