Precyse/Jvion ICD-10 Assured Program Puts Healthcare Organizations on Path to Success Beyond ICD-10 Transition

Companies to jointly host ICD-10 Pre-Conference Symposium at HIMSS 2014
Wayne, PA and Alpharetta, GA Feb 25, 2014 — Precysee, a leader in Health Information Management (HIM) Performance Management and Technology, and Jvion, a healthcare technology company that delivers software solutions designed to protect provider revenues from mandated reforms and compliance activities, have partnered together to offer the Precyse/Jvion ICD-10 Assured solution. This program brings together the best in data analytics, services and workflow technology to help healthcare organizations proactively diagnose risk areas, mitigate pitfalls, and capitalize on improvement opportunities on their path to ICD-10 and beyond.
Jvion, with its proven big-data analytic technology, pinpoints areas of vulnerability, and Precyse, with 14 years of experience in helping organizations of all sizes improve performance and reduce risk, will aid clients in resolving those vulnerabilities. After delivering actionable data that pinpoints risk, Precyse then builds a tailored HIM Performance Management solution that applies the right combination of people, process and technology to address these problem areas head on and ensure success and sustainability in ICD-10 and beyond.
“The intelligence provided by Jvion will be an essential element in meeting the needs of Precyse clients seeking data to efficiently focus resources in areas presenting the greatest financial and clinical risk,” said Denise Johnson, vice president, Integrated Services for Precyse. “It is only through the combination of superior analytics and comprehensive services that results can be ICD-10 Assured.”
A Pre-Conference Symposium, led by Jvion and sponsored by Precyse will be held at the HIMSS 2014 Annual Conference & Exhibition February 23-27, 2014, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. (Precyse will be at Booth #3613, and Jvion will be at Booth #4193). The symposium, titled “ICD-10: Stop Being Polite and Start Getting Real About ICD-10,” will be held on Sunday, February 23, 2014, from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. During this daylong program, attendees will learn how to address some of the biggest ICD-10 challenges including: implementing a successful ICD-10 program in an outpatient/ambulatory setting; how to increase retention and the effectiveness of documentation and training; how to support organizations that are behind in their ICD-10 conversion; how to optimize remaining ICD-10 budgets; what to do about post 10/14 reimbursement monitoring; and how providers can avoid ICD-10’s long-term impacts to fraud, waste, and abuse.