BJC HealthCare to Implement M*Modal Documentation Solutions
M*Modal , a provider of clinical documentation and Speech Understanding solutions, has been selected by BJC HealthCare for implementation across its15 hospitals, health services, and medical group practices. The system will enable BJC HealthCare and physician partners at Washington University School of Medicine to streamline clinical documentation workflows and enable clinicians to document directly in their NextGen and Allscript electronic health record systems from any location, using any device.
As BJC HealthCare consolidates EHR systems and migrates to Epic EHR, physicians will be able to continue creating notes using the M*Modal advanced documentation system.
M*Modal was chosen for its EHR integrations, virtual deployment capabilities, and real-time clinical intelligence delivered through its built-in Computer-Assisted Physician Documentation (CAPD) functionality. Additionally, M*Modal's shared-risk, performance-based business model will help drive the adoption and utilization of its front-end speech recognition solution, M*Modal Fluency Direct,. With this multifacility deployment, BJC HealthCare also hopes to improve not only the speed and cost of clinical documentation but also quality and compliance using M*Modal CDI Engage for better clinical and financial outcomes.
"We are proud to collaborate with BJC HealthCare, one of the nation's leading health care systems, and deliver innovative solutions that support its larger goal of delivering higher-quality care more cost effectively while reducing the documentation burden on clinicians," said Scott MacKenzie, CEO of M*Modal, in a statement. "Our unique, physician-centric approach brings CDI to the front-end documentation workflow, helps free up back-end resources, supports more appropriate reimbursement, and delivers a significant return on investment."
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