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ABILITY® Network is a leading healthcare information technology company trusted by over 120,000 providers and payers across the continuum of care, providing a broad suite of innovative workflow services to help manage the administrative and clinical complexities of healthcare. ABILITY is headquartered in Minneapolis with principal offices in Boston, Parsippany and Tampa.

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ABILITY has consistently met the highest standards of support and security for protected healthcare information. We are fully accredited by the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC); certified by the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH) via their CORE program; and approved by CMS as a Network Service Vendor and a Health Information Handler (HIH).

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  • ABILITY News

    ABILITY Network names Mark A. Pulido Chairman and CEO

    ABILITY Network announced that Mark A. Pulido will become the company’s Chairman and CEO, effective August 31. . . read more

    ABILITY Network launches ABILITY | OPTIMIZE OASIS for home health

    ABILITY Network has launched a new service designed to help home health agencies increase the accuracy of the Outcome Assessment Information Set (OASIS), a key tool in the Medicare reimbursement process.. . . read more

    ABILITY Network acquires PC-ACE Pro32

    ABILITY Network has acquired System Designs, Inc., and its sister company MedLink Technologies, Inc., of Dallas, TX (SDI). SDI is the developer of the PC-ACE Pro32TM claims processing system, a key revenue management tool for thousands of healthcare providers across the country. . . read more

  • Healthcare News

    AHA publishes checklist for ICD-10 homestretch

    The American Hospital Association has issued a downloadable checklist for healthcare administrators to consult for the “ICD-10 homestretch.” While the AHA’s list is aimed at hospital leaders, administrators in other healthcare settings will likely find it applicable as well, as it breaks down the to-dos into three universal categories. Read more . . .

    NOTICE Act may relieve SNF workers from being bearers of bad news

    Passage of the Notice of Observation Treatment and Implication for Care Eligibility (NOTICE) Act was recently signed into law, and gives hospitals 36 hours (or up to the point of discharge, if that comes sooner) to notify Medicare beneficiaries of their outpatient status. With hospitals setting the stage with patients and their families by informing them about the implications of their observation or inpatient status, workers at skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) will hopefully have an easier time communicating about coverage. Read more . . .

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