BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Dec. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Vincari's On the Go Surgical Computer Assisted Physician Documentation (CAPD) solution takes the painful process of surgical documentation and makes it simple for them to provide the information downstream care and coding teams need. Vincari was created by a practicing general surgeon nearly a decade ago because he recognized the amount of money being left on the table due to incomplete documentation and knew that there must be a better solution than traditional methods of gathering accurate information.
Why is accurate documentation so critical? The shift to value-based care is increasing the pressure to deliver timely, accurate, and compliant surgical documentation. In order to receive appropriate reimbursement, surgeons must be able to prove through documentation the level of care provided. In the eyes of payers, if it's not documented, it didn't happen.
What's the difference in Vincari and other traditional documentation methods? The rules around surgical documentation are constantly evolving. Vincari takes a rule-based, point-of-care approach which adapts to assist physicians with the capture of accurate surgical information. Other methods require surgeons to re-educate themselves on the changing documentation requirements as edits are made, and remember these differences when dictating. In a nutshell, Vincari turns an "essay" test where even the questions are unknown into a multiple-choice test with clear requirements and options.
"Our hospital understands the needs of physicians and the critical balance of time spent between patients and documentation. We've chosen Vincari to provide our physicians an exceptional product to make documentation and coding of ICD-10 easy and effortless. Vincari gives physicians the time to be physicians." William Mahone, President of Halifax Regional, Novant Health
Visit Vincari.com to learn more about our Surgical CAPD solution and how it can help your facility capture accurate documentation to realize accurate reimbursement.
Headquartered in Birmingham, AL, Vincari is the Electronic Physician Assistant designed to improve the way patient information is captured, leveraged, and delivered. Vincari's rules-based, point of care physician workflows help capture the complete picture of patient encounters from the office, bedside, or surgery suite. By leveraging learned physician behavior and existing clinical information, Vincari improves workflow efficiency and streamlines the documentation and coding process. As a result, clinical documentation and charge capture data is delivered immediately to office and hospital EMRs, all while logging case data for research, recertification, and analytical purposes.