Intermedix Launches Anesthesia-Specific Quality Data Capture Application

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Anesthesia Mobile Intelligence application supports capture of CMS-required quality information

Anesthesia Mobile Intelligence Application

Our continued development of the application will allow practices to build an extensive warehouse of clinical outcomes data for both benchmarking and clinical improvements.

Intermedix announced Tuesday the release of its Anesthesia Mobile Intelligence application.

Intermedix, a leader in revenue cycle management, practice management and analytics, will now provide anesthesiologists with a mobile application to capture clinical, billing & quality data. This application features a seamless interface that supports providers with effective quality data capture and improved case documentation.

“Intermedix is committed to continuous innovation of technologies that support improved data capture and clinical efficiency,” said Kyle Wailes, executive vice president of physician services. “We recognized that providers needed a solution that effectively captured quality data in real time, without negatively impacting the quality and efficiency of care provided.”

The Anesthesia Mobile Intelligence application currently supports billing and quality-data-capture services provided by Intermedix, who is working with its clients in expansion of the application.

“We have seen great results from the usage of this application,” continued Wailes. “This proven success was a significant factor in our decision to push this application to the greater anesthesia community.”

While the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) still allows claims-based reporting of Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) data in 2016, the diminishing number of measures applicable to anesthesia will force practices to adopt an effective Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) reporting solution.

Intermedix plans to expand functionalities of the application to include data capture of case outcomes and co-morbidities as well.

“The needs of anesthesiologists are continuously evolving,” said Wailes. “Our continued development of the application will allow practices to build an extensive warehouse of clinical outcomes data for both benchmarking and clinical improvements.”

Demos of the application will be available at the Intermedix booth at the American Society of Anesthesiologists Practice Management conference in San Diego, Calif from Jan. 29-30.

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