Optical Character Recognition or OCR works with your scanning functionality in Lytec 2021 to convert printed characters such as policy numbers, some demographic data, and copays into digital text in your software. You can scrape data from previously saved images or from new scans. Verify the scanned data, select the information you want to save to your Patient’s Insurance tab, and click OK. It’s that simple!
Simplify your workflow to document, analyze, and manage patient data to save time and maximize reimbursement. Lytecn 2021 includes enhanced ICD-10 search powered by IMO® Terminology.
• Document and bill with confidence and ease.
• Accurately code the superbill
• Gain insights at the point of care.
Lytec 2020 introduced enhanced eligibility displays to help keep your practice revenue flowing. Lytec 2021 takes it to the next level with additional patient demographic information being returned with the real-time eligibility request. No more reading messy handwriting or inputting incorrect data that can lead to denials. Now you can verify that you have accurate patient insurance information including coverage, copays, coinsurance, deductibles, and some patient demographics.
Have you ever wished for a quick way to identify patients with no insurance, or those with overdue balances? Wish granted. With new custom color-coding tag abilities in Find Patient lookup grids, you can quickly identify patients with certain characteristics. Create
your color tags and descriptions, assign a patient the appropriate tag, and you are set. Now when you display a Find Patient lookup it will be color coded for quick identification.
Do you want to scan more insurance cards and other images, but you’re running into SQL Server database size limits? In Lytec 2021 the new FileStream capabilities allow
your image data to be stored outside of the database, so they no longer count toward the database size limits. Plus, your normal database backup will automatically include the FileStream images. That’s right! SQL Server backups and restores the files as if they were part of the database.