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RCM Software Updated

May 9, 2008
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Vernon Hills, Ill.-based Concuity, a healthcare division of Trintech (Dublin, Ireland), has updated its revenue cycle management solution.

The update is designed to improve performance on bundled claims and ambulatory payment/outpatient visits, says the company. The upgraded solution also includes enhancements to Ambulatory Payment Classification (APC) functionality, which can help to address 2008 regulatory requirements and enable hospital users to view and calculate expected reimbursement for all new “Q” Code requirements for APC reimbursement, according to Concuity.



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