Artificial Intelligence Enables Smooth Transition To Federal Health-Care Program

Two-thirds of healthcare providers (64 percent) report that they feel “unprepared” for managing and executing Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) initiatives.  To comply with MACRA, a joint effort of IT and departmental resources are required to successfully combine clinical, financial, and operational data.


Intelenet Global Services has launched an Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool called iOptify that is designed to support MACRA in intensifying the importance of resource effectiveness and quality improvements. iOptify uses language processing and machine learning to automate the coding process that classifies patient records according to the International Classification of Diseases (ICD). For more information, visit

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