Use Streamline Health Computer Assisted Coding to:
Get the Right Code Every Time
Available as either a standalone solution or integrated with other solutions, Streamline Health® Computer Assisted Coding (CAC) works with the encoder of your choice to code inpatient and outpatient charts. The solution displays both suggested code sets and corresponding documentation for the review of source information and indexes the entire patient chart, ensuring the set of codes generated and suggested to the coder are complete and accurate.
Streamline Health CAC is workflow-driven and one of the most proven computer assisted coding solutions available. It streamlines both clinical documentation improvement (CDI) and coding workflows, enhances staff productivity and offers more accurate coding by eliminating manual handoffs. Streamline Health CAC utilizes its patented natural language processing (NLP) engine to read and interpret text-based clinical documentation from patient charts. It identifies relevant ICD-10-CM diagnoses, ICD-10-PCS and CPT procedures and present on admission (POA) indicators to provide suggested codes for coders or CDI specialists to review after text documents are sent to the application from various hospital systems.
Computer Assisted Coding (CAC)
Get the Right Code Every Time with:
Streamline Health® Computer Assisted Coding allows users to easily produce pre-defined, standard reports such as coding productivity, pending, assigned and completed cases, all available immediately upon implementation. Its powerful reporting assists healthcare facilities in meeting special reporting requirement by providing the capability to create custom reports with defined criteria or with Crystal reporting tools.
It handles all code types efficiently, eliminating the need for coder review and verification of codes. Specific encounter types such as diagnostic outpatient visits can be coded and submitted for billing using 100 percent automation, and the software’s support of evaluation and management (E&M) coding assignment for both the physician and the facility. This reduces missed coding opportunities and provides coding audit justification.
- Increased productivity
- Complete and accurate coding
- Improved case mix index
- Increased reimbursement accuracy