Alpha II to Present Two Educational Sessions at The Allscripts Client Experience (ACE) 2011

Vendor will also demonstrate the latest updates to the claims-scrubbing, coding and claims editing solutions currently integrated with Allscripts practice management and EHR systems

NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Alpha II, a leader in healthcare coding, compliance and reimbursement, announced today its exhibition and presentation of two educational sessions at The Allscripts Client Experience (ACE) 2011. The annual conference provides attending Allscripts clients, partners and staff the opportunity to network with colleagues and share best practices on the deployment and utilization of health information technology as well as previews of the latest versions of Allscripts solutions. During the conference, Alpha II will present two educational sessions for attendees, the first of which is on Monday, Aug. 29 at 2:00 p.m. on the topic of E&M coding calculations. The second session, held on Tuesday, Aug. 30, will focus on claims-scrubbing technology.

As an exhibiting organization and Silver Sponsor of ACE 2011, Alpha II will be on hand to provide product demonstrations for ClaimStaker and CodeWizard, offer information about Alpha II software enhancements and answer questions in the Allscripts HUB during the conference.

“We’re proud to be a partnering organization with Allscripts and the ACE conference for more than a decade now,” said Stuart Newsome, vice president of business development at Unicor Medical, one of the software developers behind the Alpha II cobranded solution. “With the changing nature of our industry, the opportunity to discuss product updates and best practices is of real value to our integrated clients. We look forward to better educating our end-users on the new functionality of our claims scrubbing, coding and claims editing solutions.”

ACE is set to take place Aug. 29-31 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tenn. and will feature hundreds of educational sessions presented by industry experts, Allscripts clients, partners and employees, highlighting Allscripts products, features and functionality to optimize utilization and latest updates in healthcare industry trends.

Currently, Alpha II’s ClaimStaker and CodeWizard applications are fully-integrated components of Allscripts Practice Management™ and Allscripts Professional EHR™. The integration of these Alpha II products assists Allscripts clients in capturing accurate history, exam and medical decision-making determinations, in addition to verifying professional and institutional claim validity.

About Alpha II

The Alpha II technology solutions support coding, compliance, claims editing and revenue analysis for more than 60,000 healthcare professionals at medical practices, hospitals and health systems, clinics, billing services, outpatient facilities and other healthcare organizations, both commercial and governmental. More than 30 developer partners trust Alpha II solutions to enhance their practice management, electronic medical record (EMR) and other healthcare information systems. Alpha II is a cobranded solution suite developed jointly by Tallahassee, Fla.-based, MEGAS Corporation and Montgomery, Ala.-based Unicor Medical. For additional information, visit Alpha II at www.alphaII.com.



CONTACT:

Dodge Communications
Dave Anderson, 770-576-2547
[email protected]
or
Unicor Medical
Stuart Newsome, 334-395-9807
[email protected]
or
MEGAS Corporation
Jan Powell, 850-668-3922
[email protected]

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Alabama  Tennessee

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Technology  Data Management  Hardware  Practice Management  Health  Hospitals  Professional Services  Finance

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