Accurate code and DRG assignment translates into secure revenue. It impacts the appropriate capture of the patient’s clinical condition, severity of illness, risk of mortality, risk adjustment, and decreases risk for payer denials. Additionally, DRG Validation allows an organization to identify opportunities for process improvement, and then take that information and translate it into ongoing education.
Learn how e4 has been able to demonstrate a return on investment rate in excess of 200% with our DRG Validation Services. Download the case study.
e4 is pleased to announce that we will once again be exhibiting at the 2018 AHIMA Convention and Exhibit, taking place September 22-26 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
e4 has been an AHIMA exhibitor for many years, and we are looking forward to networking with the brightest minds in health information management. With representation in both local and national AHIMA leadership organizations, e4 continues to lead efforts to innovate and advance health information management best practices.
AHIMA attendees can connect with e4 by visiting booth #619, where we will provide goodies, HIM Services information and demo how our innovative analytics tools and LEAN Engineering methodology can transform your HIM department into a data-driven leader. Not attending AHIMA? Just contact e4 today and we’ll schedule a time for a personal demo.
Margie Stackhouse, Sr. Coding Consultant for e4 and President of the Pennsylvania Health Information Management Association (PHIMA), recently met with University of Pittsburgh HIM students to talk about non-traditional careers in health information management (HIM) and her experiences in HIM. She also talked about opportunities for the students to volunteer with PHIMA and network with fellow HIM professionals.
We’re proud of Margie and are proud to support PHIMA and their programs that positively impact the future leaders in HIM!
e4 distinguishes itself with a unique ability to not only lead and correct eMPI issues, but also to assist in identifying and solving the underlying causes of further DMRN creations. Watch the video below to learn more about our approach.
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e4 has evolved following the transition to ICD-10-CM/PCS, and we have restructured our coding offerings to be more flexible and cost-efficient. Watch the video below to learn how we have adapted and hear what our clients are saying about our approach. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Congratulations to our e4 rock stars, who shined at the PHIMA Annual Meeting! Chris Parfitt (pictured above left) received the gavel this year as incoming PHIMA President for 2017-2018. Chris will pass the gavel to Margie Stackhouse (pictured above right) next year. Jill S Clark, MBA, RHIA, CHDA, FAHIMA (pictured above center) was elected to the AHIMA Board of Directors earlier this year, and also spoke at PHIMA. We couldn’t be more proud of our amazing team!
e4 was also busy at PHIMA sharing our our LEAN-Engineered approach to HIM helps us RAPIDLY identify gaps and waste, employing transparency and accountability to reduce costs, increase revenue realization and improve quality metrics. Learn more here.