Home Care Software Solutions, Inc. Announces Launch of EDI Smart Reader
Feb 10, 2012 - 10:11:17 AM
(HealthNewsDigest.com) - CARY, N.C., Feb. 10, 2012 -- A Cary-based software provider has announced the release of software that quickly decodes and simplifies recent changes in Medicare response files.
Home Care Software Solutions, Inc. (HCSS) announced today the release of EDI Smart Reader(TM), a simple yet powerful tool that converts HIPAA 5010 277CA and 999 responses into human readable format.
The conversion by Medicare to the HIPAA 5010 format on January 1, 2012 resulted in updated response files that require time-consuming decoding to understand. The EDI Smart Reader software converts response files into an easy to read and understand format that includes error and rejection reasons, allowing Medicare claim billers to quickly correct claims and resubmit.
"The response from medical billing companies and home health agencies during beta testing was so positive that we decided to offer this product to any medical provider, independent of our flagship software, CareSmart AMS(TM)," according to Jana Barile, President of Home Care Software Solutions, Inc. "EDI Smart Reader is simple, powerful, and more importantly, we have made it affordable."
Founded in 2005, Home Care Software Solutions, Inc. provides a wide range of software and billing solutions to home health, hospice, and medical providers. Thousands of clinicians and patients depend on CareSmart AMS(TM) agency management software for clinical and agency excellence.
EDI Smart Reader(TM) and CareSmart AMS(TM) are trademarks of Home Care Software Solutions, Inc. (registration pending) in the United States and/or other countries.
For more information on EDI Smart Reader or other HCSS software: http://www.hcssolutions.com
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