QuadraMed - Revised 11/20/11 Coleman


About QuadraMed Corporation

QuadraMed® is a leading provider of award-winning healthcare software and services that improve the safety, quality, and efficiency of patient care. Founded in 1993, QuadraMed provides proven, flexible solutions that help make our clients successful by streamlining processes, increasing productivity, and driving positive clinical outcomes. Behind the company's products and services is a staff of 600 professionals who support clients at more than 2,000 healthcare provider facilities.
Our solutions and services address challenges in these four categories:

About Our Solutions

From identity management at patient registration to an ARRA-certified electronic health record that follows the patient throughout the continuum of care, we offer solutions to meet the most complex technology challenges. Even after the patient returns home, our solutions continue working behind the scenes. Our systems and services provide value by:
  • Enhancing and automating coding and compliance processes while ensuring data accuracy
  • Managing revenue cycle processes to prevent claims denials and accelerate bill payment
  • Decreasing AR days to improve your bottom line
  • Helping your health system prepare for the transition to ICD-10
  • Providing an online solution for scheduling physician appointments, as well as personnel and additional required resources
  • Offering software and services that help you meet Meaningful Use requirements to maximize ARRA incentive funds

QuadraMed in the news
RESTON, VA – QuadraMed, which develops software for healthcare information management, and Elsevier, the publisher of scientific, technical and medical information, have announced an alliance that combines QuadraMed’s training tools with Elsevier’s educational courses to ease ICD-10 transition.
By pairing Elsevier / MC Strategies in-depth ICD-10 e-learning suite with QuadraMed’s ICD-10 Countdown Program, officials say, health systems and hospitals will be able to better prepare for the ICD-10 transition deadline in October 2013, while minimizing disruptions to workflow and billing.

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