Company Releases Upgrade Allowing Providers to Maximize Stimulus Reimbursement
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y., Dec. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Patient Access Solutions, Inc. (Pink Sheets: PASO), a leading provider of information technology solutions for the healthcare and financial industries is pleased to announce that it has launched its latest version of D-PAS, a front-end workflow solution that connects individual physicians with health plans, hospitals, freestanding reference laboratories, and imaging centers as part of its Electronic Medical Record (EMR)/Health Information Exchange(HIE) strategy. D-PAS' smooth transmission process will help physicians strengthen their care coordination with community providers by bridging the information gaps that can exist between inpatient and outpatient care. Patient Access Solutions is collaborating with its clinical integration and health information exchange (HIE) partner, iMedicor, on the initiative.
Bruce Weitzberg, President for Patient Access Solutions stated, "D-PAS fits perfectly with clinical integration and HIE goals. It minimizes the administrative and technical burden of managing multiple workflows in the electronic medical record process, and it provides an accurate record of orders for revenue capture and archiving of data for recall at a later time. Another plus is that the solution encourages stronger collaboration among community physicians by leveraging the iMedicor solution. Physicians and their staff like having the ability to ensure that the communication regarding patient care has an audit trail. This is an important step in improving the quality of our healthcare delivery."
D-PAS is part of Patient Access Solutions' expanding portfolio of clinical integration connectivity solutions that support HIE capabilities for health systems and hospitals. Physicians with or without an EMR can use the Web-based solution to initiate billing, communicate with other providers relative to patient care, and create and retrieve referrals. Hospitals and health systems can offer the service to physicians enrolled on the Patient Access Solutions network and to un-enrolled doctors who can access a sponsored solution as a standalone module viewable through an Internet browser.
Mr. Weitzberg added, "Our latest version of D-PAS broadens the breadth of our clinical, financial, administrative and patient applications. Patient Access Solutions establishes a foundation from which provider organizations can adapt to changing business, payment, and care models. We appreciate the efforts of our development partner, in helping us to create a complete solution that unifies the many care points to ensure that the patient is more fully engaged cared for in an administratively efficient manner."
About Patient Access Solutions Inc.(www.pashealth.com)
Patient Access Solutions Inc. (PASHealth) is a Healthcare Solutions company which has created a formidable array of technology, resources and allies to enable it to become an agent of radical change in what has traditionally been a slowly evolving healthcare environment. For more information about the services and products of Patient Access Solutions, please visit our website at www.pashealth.com.
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