|By Business Wire||
|February 19, 2014 09:34 AM EST||
iMDsoft® announced that the MetaVision Anesthesia Information Management System is available for anesthesiologist practices, independent of any facility infrastructure and provided as a subscription-based license.
Anesthesiologists can benefit from iMDsoft’s 15 years of experience providing hospital-based AIMS with the additional advantage of mobility. Through the use of cloud technology, anesthesiologists can use MetaVision on any tablet and work from any location to document cases and deliver complete, accurate and compliant anesthesia records. Anesthesia groups can report on performance data in order to drive efficiencies and demonstrate quantifiable results.
MetaVision simplifies and shortens the reimbursement cycle by ensuring that all required data is present and complete, minimizing rejections. A subscription-based business model gives anesthesia groups the freedom to contract with iMDsoft without being tied to a particular hospital procurement. Customization can be done easily, and does not require development experience.
Anesthesiologists can further benefit from features such as advanced decision support and interoperability. MetaVision enables enhanced patient care with smart notifications about changes in patient status and identification of risk for conditions such as PONV and malignant hyperthermia. Reminders about quality-related actions, such as SCIP antibiotic re-administration, help improve compliance. Financial benefits are increased with prompts about missing billing information and about alternative, less expensive medication options. iMDsoft’s extensive integration experience enables data capture from all relevant hospital systems and medical devices.
Facilities also benefit by having an accurate and complete anesthesia record at the end of each surgical case that can also be sent to the facility EMR, eliminating scanning of the paper record and having a tool used within the OR that provides quality and safety checks and reminders.
“We are constantly striving to bring the value of MetaVision to wider audiences and to meet the needs of our customers,” said David Sides, CEO of iMDsoft. “Our cloud-based offering opens doors for anesthesiologists who want a full-featured AIMS that travels with them.”
iMDsoft is a leading provider of advanced Anesthesia Information Management Systems. The systems build on a decade of experience worldwide and support the entire perioperative workflow from pre-op, through intra-op and into recovery. Customers report that MetaVision promotes patient safety, enhances compliance with quality initiatives, and facilitates cost containment, revenue capture, and research. To learn more about iMDsoft, visit www.imd-soft.com.
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