BIRMINGHAM, Ala., April 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ComplyMD, a web and mobile software solution company for quickly and accurately capturing complete surgical procedure information at the point of care, is changing its name and rebranding to Vincari. The new brand represents the need for speed and specificity, as well as anticipating and addressing physician requirements for ICD-10 procedural documentation. Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, there is no change of ownership or management, simply an opportunity to better position Vincari to meet the needs of the marketplace and the company's hospital and surgery center clients.
"Our new name and brand reflect our competitive advantage and allow us to better communicate our value," said Alston Noah, CEO. "Our surgeon engineered software revolutionizes the upstream coding and documentation process related to ICD-10. As a result, our hospital customers see rapid physician adoption, far less cost and better reimbursement."
Vincari's software platform, Lightspeed Valet, anticipates, learns and simplifies what surgeons need to successfully navigate ICD-10. Lightspeed Valet transforms the unreasonable and unacceptable burden on surgeons to micro-dictate or micro-notate to meet ICD-10 requirements. The surgery specific software features adaptive clinical logic and an anticipation engine that acts as a virtual butler to guide, prompt and alert physicians to produce high quality and high velocity report output. 100% compliant with Joint Commission, CMS and other payors, coding and documentation teams receive instant, complete, accurate and professional information that includes precise patient acuity and complexity while eliminating downstream ICD-10 overhead.
"Relying on traditional, downstream documentation and coding methods, or worse, tools provided by EMR vendors not developed for the special needs of surgery, produces very unsatisfactory results," says Vincari founder and Chief Medical Officer Lucian Newman, III, MD. "Our rebranding is about addressing existing market deficiencies with a solution that delivers quality output with speed and accuracy that surgeons will embrace and hospital executives need."