The patented, rule-based application searches and analyzes the text in providers’ notes in electronic medical records to suggest highly relevant Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes for human review.

Access Integrity CEO John Kuranz says the new technology will revolutionize the medical coding and billing industries. “The HCPCS Tagger application will increase coder productivity and increase cash flow for practices,” says Kuranz. “Not only will the application reduce risk of compliance audits, but it will also cut claim rejections, denials, and suspensions dramatically.”

HCPCS Tagger is part of the engine under the hood of several coding applications, including Medical Claims Compliance, IntegraCoder, and Code-A-Note by Find-A-Code.  HCPCS Tagger utilizes a tried and trusted rule-based concept extraction system that has been successfully implemented in the information technology industry for more than 15 years.

“After attending the Medical Group Management Association [MGMA] Conference in San Diego, I’m convinced that the HCPCS Tagger technology is the most revolutionary system on the market,” remarks Access Integrity chief taxonomist Kathryn Brown. “Everyone I talked to at MGMA was impressed with the application. It’s technology that you have to see to believe.”

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Access Integrity provides a patented technology for complete and compliant EMR analysis. Access Integrity plays an important role in medical transaction processing by extracting relevant data from medical records, increasing coding accuracy, clinical decision support, and overall understanding of a patient encounter. Access Integrity is the first company to employ Data Harmony’s semantic enrichment and rule-based concept extraction technology in the healthcare industry. The award-winning and world-renowned Data Harmony software suite has been used in the content management and information technology industries for more than 15 years.