Methodist Health System Selects ProVation Medical Software for Documentation and Coding

Methodist Health System Selects ProVation Medical Software for Documentation and Coding

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Headquartered in Omaha, Neb., is the oldest health system in Nebraska and southwestern Iowa and includes Methodist Hospital, Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital, Methodist Women’s Hospital, 21 physician clinics and three urgent care centers. Ranked second in Nebraska in 2012-13 Best Hospitals rankings, Methodist Health System was named a high performer in the specialties of cancer, geriatrics, gynecology, urology, and ear, nose and throat in the 2013 Best Hospitals rankings. Methodist Hospital and Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital also received Top Performer Awards from Professional Research Consultants for in- and out-patient care, respectively.

“Methodist Health System is dedicated to providing high-quality healthcare to the communities it serves, as evidenced by its many awards and achievements,” said Mike Haldane, Vice President and General Manager, Clinical Documentation, Wolters Kluwer Health Clinical Solutions. “We are pleased that ProVation MD for GI was chosen to further this mission by providing streamlined documentation and coding for GI.”

ProVation Medical provides procedure documentation and clinical decision support solutions for hospitals and Ambulatory Surgery Centers. ProVation MD and ProVation MultiCaregiver reduce transcription, paper storage and image printing costs and deliver a high Return on Investment (ROI). ProVation Order Sets, , and ProVation Care Plans, put evidence-based healthcare into practice by establishing and maintaining standards of care.

is part of , a leading global provider of information, business intelligence and point-of-care solutions for the healthcare industry. Wolters Kluwer Health is part of , a market-leading global information services company with 2012 annual revenues of €3.6 billion ($4.6 billion).

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