Revolutionizing the coding and billing cycle with intelligent mobile technology

Adkison, Paul
May 2011
Health Management Technology;May2011, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses the use of intelligent mobile technology in healthcare billing and coding as an alternative to paper-based billing cycle. It cites the challenges in using the paper-based system and the advantages of using mobile devices supported by intelligent mobile enterprise platform and coding system that provides real time information for digital submission to the billing system in an efficient and cost-effective manner. It also notes the Manhattan Research study indicating that by 2012, 81% of physicians will be using smartphones.


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