Healthcare organisations and state agencies are increasingly turning to Xerox to help tackle their growing list of IT and federal reform requirements. From preparing for the new ICD-10 medical coding system – to securely hosting healthcare data in the cloud, Xerox’s work with customers places new emphasis on patient safety and healthy outcomes.
Xerox is working closely with providers to adopt ICD-10 coding standards before the government’s deadline. Xerox helps caregivers learn and adopt the new “language” of this coding system, including how to document patient care so that it can be integrated into an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system and used to improve safety and quality.
Hospitals like Bay Medical Center in Panama City, Fla. work with Xerox to get the most out of their EMR system investment. With Xerox’s help, Bay improved its clinical information systems to meet Meaningful Use requirements and recently collected millions of dollars in reimbursement funds.