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Release of Information
Learn more about our Release of Information solution.
Whether your facility is a small regional hospital or a multisite IDN, health information management (HIM) is the information hub of your organization. Patient-focused documents and content flow in and out of the department to almost every other patient-focused and administrative area of the facility.
Inefficient HIM processes are time consuming, delay coding turnaround and obstruct patient care. Lexmark solutions enable your team to optimize your HIM processes by capturing, organizing and managing the patient documentation required to deliver care, complete the revenue cycle and fulfill release of information requests.
To complement your electronic medical record (EMR), our solutions integrate seamlessly with health information, clinical and business systems. Users have single-click access to patient documentation within the EMR. Advanced process and content management features help you manage your processes efficiently, benefiting clinicians, staff and patients alike. As a result, you can:
The typical healthcare organization uses more than 40 disparate health information
technology (HIT) systems and over 150 different applications. Although such standards
as HL7 have gone some way toward presenting uniform content that is consistent across
the facility, most healthcare organizations still face the challenge of using multiple
systems to manage patient-related content and medical records.
Physicians should be with patients, not signing charts in the HIM department. HIM
analysts should be completing charts, not tracking down physician signatures.
Manually processing release of information (ROI) requests and the documents they require
delays service to patients, insurance companies, legal practices and other requestors.
You also face slowdowns with release of information billing and impediments to staff
Manually managing reimbursement processes and documents is time consuming for staff
and makes it difficult to fulfill requirements related to the RAC (Recovery Audit