American Medical Software Chooses Health Language to Enhance Clinical Documentation, Regulatory Compliance in Ambulatory EHR Solutions

American Medical Software Chooses Health Language to Enhance Clinical Documentation, Regulatory Compliance in Ambulatory EHR Solutions

Wolters Kluwer Health | Health Language

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will utilize Health Language Meaningful Use Content and Provider Friendly Terminology solutions to enhance diagnosis and problem search, ensuring compliance with Stage 2 Meaningful Use. Health Language mapping solutions will also be leveraged to ensure a successful transition to the new ICD-10 coding system.

“We chose Wolters Kluwer Health because its Health Language solutions address the current and future pressures of an evolving regulatory landscape,” said Kerry Robinson, Sales Director, AMS. “Our clients look to us to lay the best technological foundation for future success, and integration of Health Language will ensure that they are positioned for compliance with ICD-10, Meaningful Use Stage 2 and the future of health information exchange.”

American Medical Software offers a fully integrated Medical Office Software System that includes a 2011/2012 ONC/CCHIT certified Electronic Medical Records with a 5 star usability rating, Medical Billing/Management, Appointment Scheduling, and Patient Portal Module. They have been serving physicians of all disciplines nationwide. Founded in 1984 by W. David Scott, the company is headquartered in Edwardsville, IL.

“The use of content and mapping tools to standardize clinical language is critical to successfully navigating ICD-10, Meaningful Use and numerous other government initiatives unfolding on the national scene,” said Brian McDonald, Executive Vice President, Health Language, Wolters Kluwer Health, Clinical Solutions. “Wolters Kluwer Health is pleased that American Medical Software has selected Health Language to provide its EHR clients with the tools needed to enhance patient care and ensure future compliance.”

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