Data Dimensions’ ICD-10 Readiness Assessment and Transition Service Supports Health Care Reform

Deployment of Data Dimensions’ Information Technology Experts Provide HIPAA 5010, ICD-10 Requirements Necessary to Meet State and Federal Requirements

JANESVILLE, Wis.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Data Dimensions, a leading provider of Information Technology (IT) and business process outsourcing (BPO) services and consulting, announced today the deployment of HIPAA 5010, ICD-10 readiness assessment and transition service to help guide conversion.

The secure, non-intrusive solution provides a comprehensive, cross functional diagnosis across all IT systems, providing an accurate impact analysis with estimates to develop a road map to the October 1, 2013 compliance deadline. In addition, the solution identifies probabilities of business impact by analyzing the historical ICD-9 data and provides a customized analytical report.

Based on General Equivalence Mapping (GEM), created by the National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, American Hospital Association, and American Health Information Management Association, our comprehensive translation tool provides accurate forward and backward conversions across open relational database systems and all versions from legacy to newer platforms.

As Data Dimensions’ President and CEO, Jon Boumstein noted, “Although HIPAA 5010 and ICD-10 conversion can seem overwhelming, the transition is an opportunity for significant improvement to health care in areas such as, improving quality care; increased accuracy in claims processing; detecting and preventing health care fraud and abuse; and better research with trending in disease and treatment. As part of this IT business service offering, Data Dimensions is excited to be part of shaping future health care by leading the way for clients to meet the necessary state and federal requirements; focusing on easing the burden while minimizing risks.”

About Data Dimensions

Since 1982, Data Dimensions has been helping clients better manage business processes and workflows by bridging the gap of automation, technology, and physical capabilities. As an innovative leader in the area of information technology and business process automation, we provide a complete range of outsourcing and professional services including mailroom management; digital document conversion services; data capture with OCR/ICR technologies; electronic and physical records storage and retrieval services; managed services; custom software and web development; and much more. Data Dimensions’ proprietary ECM software application, Collybus, is customizable and available as a licensed or web-based, hosted solution with document manger; document imaging; workflow; email archiver; medical records retrieval; digital (voice and video) recording and retrieval; check21 processing; and accounts payable processing. For more information, please visit http://www.datadimensions.com; email [email protected]; or call (800) 782-2907.

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