Medical Coding

Medical Coding Software

Digital Innovation has a strong background in the development and use of medical coding systems. The DI staff includes several members of the development team for ICD-Map, developed by the State of Illinois and The Johns Hopkins University. DI staff was also involved as key members of the development team for Tri-Code. Tri-Code, an automated text-to-injury code application was originally developed by Tri-Analytics, Inc. and the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine. As successfully demonstrated through our partnerships with these and other leading medical associations and organizations, we believe the smartest strategies are ones that combine the scientific and medical strengths of our partners with the software engineering and medical registry strengths of DI.

With our deep understanding of medical coding systems, DI is able to apply innovative technology to ensure systematic and standard approaches to medical and injury-coding schemes.

DI is capable of providing software development and support services under a variety of business models. Designed to best meet the needs of both the client and of the project, DI’s business partner services can be established at various levels including simple consulting services to full-scale investment in a complete product partnership.

Past and Present Partnership Projects include:

  • The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) Project Impact User Software and Central-Site (1993-present)
  • American Heart Association (AHA) NRCPR User Software and Central-Site (1999-present)
  • The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health NSCOT User Software and Central Site (2001 – present)
  • The Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation (PTSF) User Software, Customized Applications, Central-Site System, and Site Survey System (1987-present)
  • Maryland Cancer Registry (MCR) Match Review System and User Software (1993-1998)
  • eMedex’s MDP/MPT Data Collection, Analysis, and Reporting System (1999-present)