ChartWise Medical Systems Offers Sneak Peak of Next Generation Reporting Capabilities at 2016 AHIMA Convention

New Functionality Provides Increased Reporting Speed and Customizability to Help Maximize the Value of a CACDI Program

Wakefield, Rhode Island, UNITED STATES

WAKEFIELD, RI--(Marketwired - October 12, 2016) - ChartWise Medical Systems, Inc. (, the award-winning industry leader in Computer-Assisted Clinical Documentation Improvement (CACDI) software, is pleased to announce the addition of new, powerful reporting functionality for the company's flagship ChartWise 2.0 product at the 88th Annual AHIMA Convention and Exhibit, taking place October 17-19 in Baltimore, MD.

At this year's AHIMA Convention, ChartWise will demonstrate new reporting features that allow the user to access real-time information on demand from directly within the ChartWise 2.0 application. Users will be able to set up and control their own subscriptions unilaterally, without the need to contact customer support or open additional applications. This will allow the clinical documentation specialist (CDS) or health information management (HIM) professional to more efficiently manage their program, focus on key data and make immediate course corrections.

"The new ChartWise 2.0 reporting and management dashboards provide users unprecedented functionality to examine their data with greater ease and in greater depth," said Dr. Jon Elion, founder and CEO of ChartWise. "By simply selecting a report and choosing the desired parameters, users can run reports on the fly, save them in whichever format best meets their reporting needs, and set up customized subscriptions that can be effortlessly overseen by a CDS manager. With the addition of these new reporting features, ChartWise has made it easier and faster than ever for our customers to get the reporting information they need, any time they need it."

ChartWise's reporting functionality is unmatched in the clinical documentation software space, with real-time reports for CDI, Quality, Case Management, Query Details, Impact Analysis and more. Users can get them on demand or set up their own subscriptions to be delivered to their inbox. ChartWise will demonstrate the full breadth of the company's reporting technology in booth 2017 at the 2016 AHIMA Convention.

In addition to the best CACDI software reporting tools in the industry, ChartWise 2.0 offers a built-TruCode Essentials encoder, an advanced and intuitive user interface, Query Wizard and Physician Advisor functionality and much more. For more information about ChartWise or the ChartWise 2.0 solution, please visit

The 2016 AHIMA Convention will explore the many ways in which health information professionals must persistently think big to launch our future and the future or our organizations.

Healthcare professionals will gather for interactive presentations, panel discussions and open forums to discuss how information should be governed for healthcare purposes.

About ChartWise
ChartWise Medical Systems, Inc., based in Wakefield, RI, is a medical software firm and the developer of ChartWise 2.0, a web-based solution for Computer-Assisted Clinical Documentation Improvement. ChartWise 2.0's clinical intelligence expertise assists physicians and clinical documentation specialists with increased efficiencies and completeness of documentation, queries and workflow. Developed by renowned physician Jon Elion, M.D., ChartWise 2.0 is the only documentation software that translates clinical language used by physicians into accurate diagnostic language required for documentation and reimbursement. ChartWise was recognized on the 2016 Inc. 5000 as one of America's fastest-growing private companies, placing first among all Rhode Island-based businesses on the list. ChartWise was also selected as the 2015/2016 KLAS Award Winner for the CDI Software category and as a 2015 Red Herring Top 100 North America and Global 100 Winner. For more information, visit

Contact Information:

For more information contact:
David Feistel
LFPR (for ChartWise)
949.502.6200 x 224