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Maximize time, minimize data entry for EHRs

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WCH Service Bureau’s ICode enables physicians to focus more time on patient care and less time on data entry.

WCH Service Bureau’s ICode enables physicians to focus more time on patient care and less time on data entry.

ICode ensures correct procedure and diagnostic coding and accurate treatment notes that are compliant with industry regulations on documenting medical records.

ICode uses brief notes taken during patient exams, and has them processed by WCH’s staff of doctors, nurses, certified professional coders, and medical auditors.

For an hourly fee, the team creates a complete electronic medical record as an electronic progress note, then codes, audits, and bills-all with minimal physician involvement. The practice receives the finished form for adjusting, approval, and signature. ICode brings more income to the practice as a result of saved office time and  reduces the risk of improper documentation.

 WCH Service Bureau 718-934-6714 www.wchsb.com

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