February 2, 2017 – Brecksville, OH - For the sixth consecutive year, MediQuant was recognized by the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University as a Weatherhead 100 award winner.
Since the inaugural year of 1987, the award is issued in recognition of an elite group of companies who represent the best example of leadership, growth and success in Northeast Ohio. Qualified companies are evaluated based on a number of criteria, including consistent growth over 5 consecutive years and a commitment to hard work and innovation. MediQuant, a perennial top 20 resident winner for six consecutive years, is ranked #11 for 2016.
MediQuant is known as an innovator in the healthcare field, having introduced the first active archiving software, DataArk®. For more than fifteen years, this legacy system decommissioning software has been used in medical centers across the country. Healthcare systems can maintain interoperable access to old data while shedding the heavy cost of legacy technology. They are able to meet tough regulatory compliance requirements, and quickly access historical data often relevant to current clinical and accounting needs.
MediQuant is also an industry leader in medical necessity compliance. Healthcare systems rely on FirstComply® software and AccuRules® files to help evaluate if a procedure meets Medicare’s medical necessity guidelines.
MediQuant healthcare technology solutions focus on legacy system decommissioning and medical necessity compliance.
Legacy System Decommissioning
You invested millions in new enterprise technology, only to be weighed down by the anchors that are your legacy systems. They persist in parallel because valuable data is perilously trapped inside. As they live on, you suffer the costly drag on both budget and people.
Pull up anchor and propel your organization to freedom from legacy systems...without sacrificing access to the valuable data contained within. Eliminate legacy systems, related costs, and free your people to invest their time in higher value work.
Medical Necessity Compliance
Properly demonstrate medical necessity…get paid. Unfortunately, the rules for demonstrating medical necessity are dependent in large part on the clear understanding and application of a live, ever-changing enigma of data and information. Attempt to access and curate this content at your own peril. You’ll be trapped in the mud, managing denied claims.
Avoid the mud by proactively integrating accurate medical necessity content within your existing clinical and business workflows. Do it right the first time. Get paid the first time.