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Robotic Computer Automated Coding to be Displayed at 2012 AHIMA Conference

Artificial Medical Intelligence (AMI) has introduced the industry’s first Robotic Computer Automated solution which is completely integrated within AMI’s EMscribe, a primary Natural Language Processing -Computer Assisted Coding (CAC) software.

Instead of looking into medical charts for coding, deployment of innovative Robotic Computer Automated Coding solution directly sends the medical records to the billing department for automatic and high-precision coding. This is the only Health Information Management tool to be designed with this unique capability. AMI’s Robotic Computer Automated Coding is 100% absolute and precise and does not need any coder review. The overall processing of patient records therefore requires only fewer resources.

Robotic Computer Automated Coding is capable of improving the coding performance within healthcare facilities, in addition to upgrading the overall coding departmental processing time and cost. By selecting specific account or medical record number from the AMI or any Graphical User Interface, the Robotic Computer Automated Coding output can be reviewed for auditing at any time.

EMscribe is being used successfully by Butler Health System for the past three years. Based on the EMscribe Robotic Computer Automated Coding solution, hospitals are now able to process over 26,000 outpatient charts per month. Over 60% of the total processing is based on automatic Robotic Coding, while the other charts continue be processed via CAC and reach the coder with EMscribe coding engine’s codes.

Based on AMI’s innovative Natural Language Processing (NLP) coding technology, EMscribe Computer Assisted Coding software can read outpatient and inpatient records for the right diagnosis and CPT codes. This is followed by pre-coding the records and coder validation, verification and review. Manual coders improved with the outcome of EMscribe by up to 80% efficiency.

EMscribe technology allows health centers to interface it with their current applications for better ICD-I0 coding. The EMscribe technology can be decoupled and integrated onto other systems demanding advanced CAC/NLP for potential ICD-10 coding system. The NLP capabilities of EMscribe promote it to be a valuable and detailed coding system.

Robotic Computer Automated Coding is now available. The product will be exhibited at AHIMA Conference from October 1to 3 in Chicago by AMI’s selected partners.

Source: http://www.artificialmed.com/

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