Wakefield, MA, September 2, 2016 – Picis Clinical Solutions is pleased to announce the launch of its comprehensive Ambulatory Surgery Center software. Offering innovative solutions to include enterprise scheduling, patient tracking boards, clinical documentation, billing, revenue cycle management, supply chain management, and business analytics.
Utilizing its core applications, Picis will offer a full service lineup developed specifically for ASCs. With predesigned templates and streamlined implementation and training processes, ASCs will benefit from quicker installation timetables, expertly developed workflows, and powerful technology unsurpassed in the perioperative space. All while benefiting from the deep functionality Picis is known by in the healthcare space.
“This was a natural progression for us and it was time to help a market we know is in desperate need of proven solutions,” said Steve Hammond, Executive Vice President. “With Picis’ 30+ years of experience providing innovation solutions to hospital’s most critical and high acuity areas, the next step for us was to bring our products to the more agile and nimble freestanding surgery centers and to help them maximize revenue, reduce costs, increase efficiencies, and improve patient and physician satisfaction.”
With Picis’ ability to seamlessly interface with numerous healthcare systems and hundreds of device manufacturers, the newly launched Picis ASC products will be designed and tailored to each center’s unique needs. Picis can be sold as a full service EMR and RCM solution or sold separately with the ASC’s existing software solution.
Picis is set to publically launch its array of ASC products at the upcoming Becker’s ASC 23rd Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL.
About Picis Clinical Solutions
Picis Clinical Solutions is a global provider of innovative information solutions that enable rapid and sustained delivery of clinical documentation and financial and operational results in emergency departments, surgical suites and intensive care units — life-critical areas of the hospital where the patients are the most vulnerable, the care process is the most complex and an increasing majority of hospital costs and potential revenue are concentrated. A wholly owned subsidiary of N. Harris Computer Corporation headquartered in Wakefield, MA, Picis has licensed systems for use at more than 400 hospitals in 18 countries.