YAKIMA, Wash., April 6, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- VitalWare™, the leading provider of healthcare mid-revenue cycle SaaS
Signing a multi-year contract for VitalCDM with VitalKnowledge, VitalWare was chosen over their previous vendor for the native import capabilities with Epic.
VitalCDM is specifically designed to provide greater visibility into chargemasters, decreasing compliance risks, increasing efficiencies and ensuring appropriate reimbursement.
"We are delighted to add this newest system to our client list," said Kerry Martin, VitalWare's president and CEO. "VitalWare is rapidly growing and focused on helping health systems to modernize middle-revenue-cycle functionality and efficiency."
With over 600 hospitals now on its client roster, VitalWare's mid-revenue cycle product portfolio is the healthcare industry's best solution for providing visibility and continuity in chargemaster management, documentation, charge capture, and regulatory code references -essential to appropriate reimbursement and continuous improvement.
For more information contact: marketing(at)vitalware.com 855-464-2310
VitalWare is the leading mid-revenue cycle SaaS solutions provider specializing in Health-IT applications aimed at making the business of healthcare easier through its intuitive cloud-based technologies and regulatory content expertise. With over 600 hospitals on its client roster, VitalWare's product portfolio is the healthcare industry's best solution for providing visibility and continuity in Chargemaster management, documentation, charge capture, and regulatory code references. Beyond providing tools and healthcare regulatory and compliance resources, VitalWare offers professional services designed to support providers in need of coding guidance, process improvement, education and financial impact solutions.
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