WakeMed chooses Ingenious Med and Thomson Reuters for unified solution

June 10, 2010
ATLANTA, June 9, 2010 – WakeMed Health & Hospitals is the first to adopt Clinical Xpert Billing, a charge capture solution from Ingenious Med and Thomson Reuters.
Following the announcement of the Ingenious Med and Thomson Reuters partnership in February, WakeMed elected to utilize the new unified billing solution, a decision largely based on its experience with Clinical Xpert Navigator and need for enhanced charge capture.
A desire to keep patient care as the main focus had WakeMed physicians looking for a quick and easy-to-use solution with effortless patient handoff. WakeMed physicians have high expectations that Navigator will provide the capability to easily flow back and forth between charge capture and patient data.
For more information on the partnership view the Ingenious Med and Thomson Reuters press release and the Clinical Xpert Billing website.

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