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April 4, 2012

New York hospital to upgrade revenue cycle management software

Lutheran Medical Center (LMC) in New York said it will install PatientKeeper Charge Capture software by June 2012 to improve revenue cycle management.

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Lutheran Medical Center (LMC) in New York said it will install PatientKeeper Charge Capture software by June 2012 to improve revenue cycle management.

The medical centre will use the technology, which will be integrated into Caduceus’s GE Centricity Business billing software, to modernise professional fee charge capture for its physicians.

Caduceus executive vice president James Bonomo said: "We know from experience that physicians appreciate the ease of use and short learning curve with PatientKeeper."

The technology will do away with paper-based charge systems and reduce lost charges and delayed days as a result

With the new technology, LMC physicians across 17 departments can record charges on any of their devices, including PCs, laptops, smartphones and tablets.

PatientKeeper president and CEO Paul Brient said: "Caduceus is a valued PatientKeeper business partner and we’re excited about expanding the number of hospitals and physicians that we serve together."

The 468-bed academic teaching hospital is a level one trauma and stroke centre.

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