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Redefine the clinical documentation chain

Transitioning to ICD-10 and changing reimbursement models puts pressure on CFOs to think and act differently about how clinical documentation is handled. Discover how our end-to-end solution and services ease this process.


Our story

With increasing pressures from healthcare service initiatives and mandates, today’s CFO needs to remain agile and constantly shift focus in order to succeed. Top priorities from three years ago are no longer relevant. The heavy reporting and complex requirements for accountable care, value-based purchasing, meaningful use, audits and the two-midnight rule, plus looming reimbursement and readmission penalties, create even more stress on an organization’s financial viability. Revenue cycle maximization, strong cash management and improved clinical documentation to ensure accurate and timely billing and reimbursement given the transition to ICD-10, now top the list.

Nuance supports the CFO by redefining the clinical documentation chain: looking at the entire clinical documentation process as an integrated, end-to-end process – from the capture of the complete patient story starting at the point of care to clinical documentation improvement, coding, compliance, and reporting. The result is the foundation for appropriate reimbursement while addressing the physician’s number one priority – improved patient care. A clearly-defined clinical documentation solution supports the physician’s clinical workflow on any device to optimize quality, improve compliance and drive financial integrity for hospital and health system performance across all care settings. Nuance provides a unique clinician centric approach to the clinical documentation process, and drives patient care, financial integrity and compliance.


Clinical documentation assessment

During an informative 30-minute meeting we'll share with you an in-depth analysis on how your metrics compare to best in class hospitals. Leveraging a full report on clinical documentation. This analysis includes: Projection of CMI improvement as result of CDI, ICD-10 readiness and Computer-Assisted Coding impact, and potential transcription cost savings.

The focus of the assessment is a comparison against your peers, and will help you with priorities for your organization for an optimal clinical documentation chain. We package all this valuable information into a detailed, personalized report. Contact us to schedule your no cost, no obligation assessment.

Schedule an assessment

The first step to moving forward is knowing where you are. Meet with one of our clinical documentation experts for a no cost, no obligation clinical documentation assessment.

Schedule online or call us today at 877-805-5906

Clinical documentation: Lifeblood of a hospital

A snapshot of clinical documentation studies

HFMA’s Executive Survey: Clinical documentation meets financial performance
  • #1 Priority: Transitioning to ICD-10
  • #1 Barrier: Physician workflow disruption
  • #1 Opportunity: Financial improvement through clinical documentation accuracy

Download HFMA Report

Health Business Group: Clinical Documentation Trends in the US, 2013–2016
  • ICD-10 requires more thorough documentation
  • Uncertainty about EHRs meeting clinical documentation needs
  • New technologies like CLU will become mainstream

Download HGB Report

Nuance Healthcare statistics

Who depends on us

61%

of all US Hospitals

500,000+

Physicians

99%

Most Connected Hospitals 2012-13

Fast Facts

5 billion

the number of lines of code we transcribe annually

1,200+

scientists and engineers supporting development

3,900

patents and patent applications

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