FRANKLIN, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- M*Modal (MModal Inc. - NASDAQ/GS: MODL), a leading provider of clinical documentation services, Speech Understanding™ and computer assisted coding technologies, today announced it has entered into a software interface license agreement (SILA) with 3M Health Information Systems. The agreement licenses the interfacing of M*Modal’s computer assisted coding solution to the 3M Coding and Reimbursement System.
“We are pleased to announce this agreement with 3M,” said Vern Davenport, Chairman and CEO of M*Modal. “M*Modal will be able to better support the healthcare community in its critical transition to ICD-10.”
M*Modal is a leading provider of clinical narrative capture services, Speech and Natural Language Understanding technology with complementary clinical documentation workflow. M*Modal’s enterprise solutions – which include mobile voice capture devices, speech recognition, Natural Language Understanding, Web-based workflow platforms and a global network of medical editors – help healthcare organizations facilitate the adoption of electronic health records (EHRs), improve patient care, increase physician satisfaction and lower operational costs. For more information, please visit www.mmodal.com.
About 3M Health Information Systems
Best known for market-leading coding solutions and ICD-10 expertise, 3M Health Information Systems delivers innovative software and consulting services that raise the bar for clinical documentation improvement, computer-assisted coding, case mix and quality outcomes reporting, and a robust healthcare data dictionary and terminology services to support your EHR. With 28 years of coding experience and more than 100 credentialed coding experts, 3M is the go-to choice for 5,000+ hospitals worldwide that want to improve quality and financial performance.
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