Media Advisory: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Takes the Stage at GE Healthcare Conference to Discuss its Use of PatientKeeper
Who: Jane Yee, Manager, Revenue Systems Strategy, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (New York, NY)
What: “Revamping Charge Capture at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center”
When: Wednesday, May 18, 2016, 1:40-2:30 p.m.
Where: GE Centricity Live 2016, Phoenix Convention Center (Room 127B), 100 N 3rd Street, Phoenix, Arizona
Centricity LIVE 2016 is GE Healthcare’s premier IT education conference, offering thought leadership, best practice sharing, interactive demos, Continuing Education Credits, and unique opportunities to interact with colleagues.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), the world’s oldest and largest private cancer center, transitioned from a paper-based physician charge capture process to PatientKeeper Charge Capture software last year. The switch has enabled MSKCC to address the coding complexities of ICD-10 and revenue pressures associated with incomplete charges and billing lag days in the old paper-based system.
PatientKeeper®, Inc. is a leading provider of healthcare applications for physicians. PatientKeeper provides highly intuitive software that streamlines physicians' workflow to improve productivity and patient care. Currently the company is developing an innovation platform to advance the use of computers by physicians and care teams by making them indispensable tools for 21st century clinical care. PatientKeeper’s CPOE, physician documentation, electronic charge capture and other applications run on desktop and laptop computers and popular handheld devices and tablets. PatientKeeper’s software integrates with many existing healthcare information systems to effectively support healthcare providers in adopting technology, meeting MACRA requirements, and transitioning to value-based care. PatientKeeper has more than 60,000 active physician users today. For more information about PatientKeeper, visit www.patientkeeper.com or call (781) 373-6100.