FAIRFAX, Va., Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- After thorough market research and an in-depth evaluation process, Commonwealth Orthopaedics (Fairfax, VA) has selected White Plume as a partner to prepare the 95 provider practice for ICD-10. With physician productivity as the number one evaluator, Commonwealth selected White Plume's AccelaCAPTURE solution to deploy across all 10 practice locations. The practice will also implement White Plume's AccelaSMART solution to ensure revenue cycle accuracy and efficiency in the face of ICD-10.
Maureen Cook, Chief Operating Officer for Commonwealth, spearheaded the evaluation. Of her experience thus far she said, "White Plume was highly responsive and flexible during the evaluation process, making them a standout compared to their competitors that we considered. Their application is very user-friendly for our physicians which will be a key to maintaining productivity in an ICD-10 world. I am confident that we have a solid partner to help us weather this transition." The implementation is already in full swing and the first go-live will occur at the Springfield location in March.
Matthew Menendez, VP of Sales and Marketing for White Plume commented on the partnership, "We are very proud to partner with Commonwealth Orthopaedics to help them prepare for ICD-10. The physicians at Commonwealth Orthopaedics are focused on providing excellent care for their patients. White Plume is focused on providing excellent software to protect their productivity and ensure a smooth transition to ICD-10."
Commonwealth Orthopaedics was established in 1994 and strives to provide comprehensive, high quality and cost effective care to patients throughout Northern Virginia. The surgeons and therapists of Commonwealth are the official Orthopaedic and Physical Therapy Partner of The Washington Redskins. Their partnership aims to promote community health and wellness initiatives. For additional information, please visit www.c-o-r.com.
Video with caption: "White Plume protects physician productivity in ICD-10. The customized electronic superbill looks just like the current paper superbill. Beginning on October 1, 2014 when a physician clicks an ICD-9 code he will see a pop up box with the available ICD-10 codes." Video available at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aODoR_ruqO0&list=UUDjhM1Fo_gBPIHQNmbY8wMg&hd=1
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