Anesthesia Business Consultants Establishes Automated Electronic Transfer of Anesthesia Records with Orange Regional Medic

JACKSON, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Anesthesia Business Consultants (ABC) keeps a keen eye on the continued proliferation of electronic medical record (EMR) technology. It is not enough to adopt the latest technology, ABC investigates the latest technological advancements in EMR, carefully testing new systems to ensure their compatibility with our renowned OneSourceAnesthesia platform, and working with leading-edge software providers. Our goal: to facilitate a smooth transition from paper to electronic billing of anesthesia services. ABC strategically considers each upgrade from both a technological and functional update—in an effort to provide clients an unparalleled level of service.

ABC is pleased to announce that we have successfully interfaced with Epic Anesthesia. ABC worked with Orange Regional Medical Center and its Epic project team on a repeatable approach for electronic professional billing at Orange Regional Medical Center, located in Orange, New York. The records and billing information, when combined with the automated electronic demographic interfaces and surgery schedules, benefit ABC clients by providing a HIPAA-compliant and secure transfer of case data for electronic anesthesia billing.

About Anesthesia Business Consultants

ABC, established in 1979, is one of the largest billing and practice management companies dedicated to the complex and intricate specialty of anesthesia and pain management. It is both an American Society of Anesthesiologists Practice Management Supporter, and an Anesthesia Quality Institute Preferred Vendor. ABC employs industry leaders, operates under proven efficient processes, and utilizes technology advances to easily adapt to the ever-changing regulatory environment.

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Anesthesia Business Consultants
Tony Mira, 517-787-6440
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KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Michigan  New York

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Surgery  Technology  Data Management  Software  Practice Management  Health  Other Health  Professional Services  Accounting  Finance

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