Practice management and medical billing solutions provider Evolutions partnered with CodeRyte for use of its automated coding systems, CodeAssist and CodeComplete. The automated solutions from CodeRyte will allow Evolutions to improve their coding accuracy, achieve greater compliance, and increase cash flow with reduced turnaround times, said Tom Long, president and CEO, Evolutions. CodeRyte combines natural language processing technology with supervised learning, computational linguistics, statistical modeling, medical expertise, and web-enabled technologies. Through analysis of complex patterns of language in context, CodeRyte is able to leverage a physician’s documentation and time without requiring structured dictation, templates, and/or macros, the company says.
CAD Sciences inked a distribution agreement with Noras GmbH, located in Hoechberg, Germany. CAD Sciences will now be able to distribute in the United States an intervention device for performing MR-guided biopsies that is compatible with the four-channel InVivo breast imaging coil. This breast imaging coil is in wide use by radiologists in the United States, and thus it offers CAD Sciences the opportunity to bundle its leading CAD software algorithm with a breast biopsy intervention device.