American Samoa Medical Center Authority Chooses Stockell Healthcare's InsightCS® Revenue Cycle Information System
Stockell Healthcare Systems, Inc
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Press release date: May 28, 2014
ST. LOUIS - Stockell Healthcare Systems is pleased to announce that the American Samoa Medical Center Authority (ASMCA) and the American Samoa Department of Health (DOH) will be implementing the company's InsightCS® Revenue Cycle Information system.
An unincorporated American territory, American Samoa comprises five main islands and two coral atolls with a rich cultural heritage. The ethnic diversity of residents coupled with the territory's geographic separation and modest economic opportunities create significant public health challenges.
The InsightCS® end-to-end suite of Patient Scheduling and Registration, Payer Eligibility Checking, Patient Accounting and Billing, Claims Resolution and Processing, Contract Management, Denial Tracking and Reporting applications will be in use at the Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) Tropical Medical Center, the main healthcare facility for the American Samoa island group, as well as at all ASMCA and DOH clinics.
InsightCS® is being implemented in American Samoa along with Medsphere's OpenVista electronic health record (EHR), a comprehensive suite of clinical support applications to enable the organization to meet Meaningful Use and to support a broad range of healthcare services for American Samoa residents.
Rick Stockell, President of Stockell Healthcare stated, "We're very pleased to welcome the American Samoa Medical Center Authority and the American Samoa Department of Health to our InsightCS® user community. We look forward to helping the organizations to improve patient and provider satisfaction, and to maximize operational efficiency throughout the entire revenue cycle."
About the American Samoa Medical Center Authority
Funded by Medicare/Medicaid block grants, U.S. Department of Interior Funding, and American Samoa government appropriations, the American Samoa Medical Center Authority provides healthcare services that include intensive care, pediatrics, maternity, surgery, and emergency and primary care. The hospital organization also provides outpatient clinic services that include OB/GYN, pediatrics, ophthalmology and dental.
The 150-bed Lyndon B. Johnson Tropical Medical Center opened in 1968 and is located on Tutuila, the main island of the American Samoa group. It serves the entire population of the Tutuila, Aunu'u, and Manu'a islands, and provides a full range of acute care services as well as some sub-speciality services to its patients.
About Stockell Healthcare Systems, Inc.
Founded in 1997, Stockell Healthcare Systems is committed to providing forward-thinking Hospitals, Integrated Healthcare Networks, and Behavioral Healthcare Providers with innovative software solutions and services that enable them to better manage their revenue cycle and to deliver the most exceptional service to their own customers. The Company's InsightCS® Revenue Cycle Information software solution provides an all-inclusive replacement for disparate Patient Accounting and Billing products and their dependent multiple bolt-on applications. Visit www.insightcs.com to learn more.
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