Precyse / HealthStream’s ICD-10 Education Solution Reaches Approximately 1.2 Million Learners
Wayne, PA and Alpharetta, GA Feb 26, 2014 — Precyse University, the most innovative and complete on-site, online and mobile healthcare education solution that is designed to prepare coders, physicians, nurses, case managers, administrative staff and all others impacted by the transition to ICD-10, is gaining increasing dominance in healthcare organizations nationwide. Precyse and HealthStream have teamed together to offer a unique and comprehensive ICD-10 Education Solution that is delivered exclusively through HealthStream’s workforce development platform. The Precyse/HealthStream solution for ICD-10 education is now used by approximately 1.2 million learners in healthcare organizations. Precyse was recognized in the recent KLAS report, “ICD-10 Consulting: Roadmap to a Successful Transition,” as the only firm in this report to receive 100% positive comments from their clients about their ICD-10 services. Precyse clients praise the Precyse University training program as ‘mature, comprehensive, and flexible.’ ”
“Precyse has helped us identify the different levels and types of education needed for our entire staff including our clinicians and doctors, helping us to understand the full breath of impact and to plan accordingly,” said Marie Thomas, RHIT, CCS, CPC-H, CCDS, Revenue and Documentation Integrity, I-10 Lead Trainer Duke University Health System. “Our staff needed ICD-10 education that was easily accessible.”
Precyse and HealthStream also offer a powerful and unique ICD-10 education program for the physician office/ambulatory market, the Precyse University Physician Office ICD-10 Education Solution. This program is specifically designed with the needs of physicians in mind and provides a one-stop solution for all the ICD-10 education needs of physician practices, clinics and other ambulatory settings.
“Although ICD-10 seems daunting and burdensome, it actually offers tremendous opportunity to optimize reimbursement, minimize denials and appeals and improve clinical care through more valuable and detailed data,” explained Thomas Ormondroyd, Vice President and General Manager of Precyse Learning Solutions. “Our solution is designed to ease the change to ICD-10 and have healthcare organizations ready for its arrival.”