ANN ARBOR, Mich., May 2 - UNIVAL, Inc. today announced a complete suite of services for medical providers transitioning to Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems. Their proprietary data conversion solution is being used to quickly and cost-effectively convert patient records from paper to digital format for import into EMR systems.
The digital data is then available for easy access at point of care, secure sharing with other providers, decision support, patient health tracking, and clinical alerts such as drug interactions. Providers realize the clinical and financial benefits of the EMR system faster, while patients benefit through improved care.
The UNIVAL solution collects and converts patient history data, disease management data and chronic diagnoses data for import into EMR systems. Disease management reporting by physicians is rewarded through insurance payors' Pay-For-Performance programs. The UNIVAL solution works with almost all EMR systems and is entirely HIPAA compliant.
UNIVAL, Inc. is a provider of integrated services for the healthcare industry. UNIVAL specializes in data collection, abstraction, and data conversion services; physician credentialing; practitioner site reviews; medical record reviews; and HEDIS® data collection services. UNIVAL also offers Disability claims services including Independent Medical Evaluations (IME), Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE), Medical Record Reviews, Peer Reviews, and Appeals Processing. UNIVAL clients include large healthcare insurance companies, health plan organizations and major employers across the U.S. Proven proprietary technological innovations include Digital Data Direct(TM) (D3), a medical quality-of-care data collection and reporting system and paper-to-digital conversion for Electronic Medical Record systems; eHDMS(TM), a software system for data collection projects involving HEDIS measures; ProData(TM), a centralized administration and reporting system used in conjunction with UNIVAL's D3 system; and ePNA(TM) (Electronic Provider Network Administration System), a centralized administration and reporting system for Disability-related services. For more information call 800-332- 4463 or visit unival-med.com.
Source: UNIVAL, Inc.
Karen Walker of UNIVAL, Inc.,
Web site: http://unival-med.com/