HOUSTON, Texas – August 5, 2014 – Leading EDI software developer and claims processing provider Practice Insight® and the majority of members in the Association of Independent Medical Software Value Added Resellers (AIMSVAR) have aligned to help support providers with legacy practice management systems seeking to make the transition to ICD-10. The AIMSVAR organization has created a committee of resellers who are working with Practice Insight to deliver ICD-9 to ICD-10 solutions.
“With so many of our resellers being a part of AIMSVAR, this relationship is both a natural fit and mutually beneficial,” asserted Practice Insight CEO Houston Johnson. “The challenges associated with the transition to ICD-10 are significant, especially for providers’ practice management systems that have been sunset. Because our know-how can assist our resellers in their efforts to ease this financially critical transition for providers, it’s a win-win-win situation.”
In existence for nearly a decade, AIMSVAR was formed to promote the educational interests and welfare of its members. AIMSVAR members represent well over 5,000 healthcare providers, the preponderance of which utilize Practice Insight’s suite of EDI products. In many cases, AIMSVAR resellers have enjoyed a partner relationship with Practice Insight that pre-dates the trade organization’s formation.
“Practice Insight’s EDIinsightSM software is truly remarkable,” said Kevin Knutson with Automated Medical Systems, an AIMSVAR member since 2004. “P.I.’s holistic EDI solution enables us to provide our customers all types of electronic claims, remittance and statements regardless of the PM/EMR version or software vendor. They are a key advantage for us in meeting ICD-10 mandates for our customers,” he added.
B.J. Dvorak with AIMSVAR member eProvider Solutions noted, “Practice Insight’s EDI capabilities are unique. Their EDI software has allowed us to determine if ICD-10 end-to-end test claims would be revenue neutral and, if not, specifically where our providers might see revenue differences in ICD-10 versus ICD-9. The bottom line is that our alliance with Practice Insight gives our provider clients total confidence they are ahead of the industry curve, not behind.”
To learn more about Practice Insight, its powerful software EDIinsight, the many new enhancements now available, and all the details concerning P.I.’s well-documented ability to provide total ICD-10 readiness, visit www.practiceinsight.net.
About Practice Insight
Practice Insight’s principals have been deeply immersed in providing services to the healthcare industry since 1977. Together they founded Practice Insight in 2003.
Since then the company has grown rapidly by providing fast, secure, robust, integrated EDI solutions through its industry-leading proprietary software, EDIinsight.
Practice Insight brings the power of EDIinsight to more than 100 different practice management software brands, and has partnered with many of the best-known healthcare IT vendors and resellers in North America.
More than 50,000 providers in all 50 states rely on the power of Practice Insight’s technology, which does much more than connect them to thousands of commercial and government payers to submit claims.
Practice Insight’s software also enables users to track every single claim in real-time, customize claim edits, create secondary claims, manage their claim workflow, verify patient eligibility, process electronic and printed patient statements, post patient payments through the Practice Insight portal, recover ERA accounts receivable, monitor user productivity, analyze all EDI transactions, manage their customer support, and much more.
The company is headquartered in Houston, Texas.