Technology | December 08, 2014

Advanced Data Systems Showcased Enhancements, Medics Suite for Radiology, at RSNA 2014

MCDM capability helps keep denied radiology claims to a minimum

RSNA 2014, PACS Accessories, Business, ADS, Radiologists

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December 8, 2014 — Advanced Data Systems showcased two enhancements for streamlining the management of complex radiology claims in the age of healthcare reform at RSNA 2014.

- The Medics Claims Denial Manager (MCDM) for radiology enables streamlined revision and resubmission of denied claims.

- The Medics ICD-10 Code Converter simplifies ICD-9 and ICD-10 radiology coding. 

Both capabilities add new efficiencies to the radiology billing process, and each are accomplished within single windows.

The MCDM displays denied claims in real time along with a detailed explanation for these rejections. Users can immediately make the required revisions and resubmit, capturing needed reimbursement dollars and maximizing revenues.

The Medics ICD-10 Code Converter allows radiology codes to be entered with a single click from a single window for claim submission. It also allows for ICD-10 code selection using a Google-type search capability.  MedicsRIS will continue to support ICD-9 coding for payers that may still require ICD-9 codes after the September 30, 2015 conversion deadline.  

MedicsRIS can also be enabled to accommodate the Merge iConnect for electronic delivery of radiology reports directly to referring physicians’ EHRs. 

For more information: www.adsc.com

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