In a landscape that is full of marketing slicks versus substance, (icdcomplete) is truly distinguished.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 26, 2013
Jvion is making major market headway with their fully integrated ICD-10 conversion suite, icdcomplete (jvion.com/icdcomplete). And, following recent polls indicating an increased concern within the provider community around ICD-10’s financial impacts, the firm expects continued growth. In only a few months, the solution has quadrupled its ICD-10 market share and laid the foundation for ongoing expansion through 2013 and beyond. The success of icdcomplete lies, in large part, due to the fact that it is the first in the market and an actual, cloud-based software. In a landscape that is full of marketing slicks versus substance, the software suite is distinguished.
The firm packaged icdcomplete into six modules, all of which are designed to achieve compliance while identifying and mitigating ICD-10 financial risk at every point in the conversion including: assessment, dual coding, code translation, system remediation and neutralization, crosswalk and business rule development, testing, trending, and post October 2014 analytics. Surya Vadlamani, Jvion CIO, added that “this application of financial risk information through a fully integrated conversion suite is ground breaking within the industry because it drives revenue neutrality across all conversion activities. For hospitals running at low margins, this kind of capability can mean the difference between keeping the lights on and forcing major operational and care delivery cut backs.” In addition, recent survey results from HIMSS13 indicate that providers are more aware than ever of ICD-10’s potential financial impacts, which reinforces the need for a solution like icdcomplete.
“The tool is designed to be very user friendly, effective, and affordable,” explained Surya. “We spent thousands of hours developing the suite and continue to enhance it based on client experiences and needs. icdcomplete delivers everything that users expect from a mature software solution including single sign-on, full security and audit capability, and integrated end-user support. The technology is designed so that risks are mitigated in every possible way. And we can do this because icdcomplete takes the analytics delivered through the RevCore financial risk module and imbues it across all other modules.”
The firm has received broad attention from the market because of their solution. “We’ve seen a lot of attention paid to our financial risk modeling capabilities by providers and leading industry resources like HIMSS,” said Shantanu Nigam, Jvion’s CEO. “What hasn’t been as obvious to the market is the attention that icdcomplete has garnered from other vendors. From boutiques to large system integrators, we get calls every week from companies that need the software capabilities provided within Jvion’s solution.”
Looking ahead, the firm is well positioned to continue its growth and accelerated trajectory. With so many providers behind in their ICD-10 conversion activities, more are expected to look for software-enabled solutions that incorporate financial risk analytics while driving automation across conversion activities.
For more information about Jvion, icdcomplete, or any of their ICD-10 revenue cycle and financial risk solutions, please visit jvion.com.
Jvion is a healthcare technology company addressing the financial and operational impacts resulting from mandated reforms and compliance activities. We offer a suite of Big Data-enabled software solutions to reduce the financial impact and burden of the ICD-10 conversion, and help providers protect their revenues from increased financial waste associated with mandated changes and increased payor scrutiny. Please visit Jvion’s website at jvion.com for more information.