CodoniX was founded by Dr. Andrew Muchmore in 1995. The company offers market-leading medical software systems to Urgent Care Facilities and Physician Practices. CodoniX also offers employer portals for DOT physical and Occupational Medicine exams.
The core of these systems is driven by a breakthrough technology in physician charting (medical note taking). The CodoniX Coding and Charting software accurately builds and codes a computerized physician's note without using complex menus or rigid templates. It allows physicians to comply with stringent, time consuming federal mandates for medical documentation while dramatically increasing collections and cutting administrative costs. Providers can replace written charts as well as dictation and transcription, eliminating errors associated with coding medical encounters.
CodoniX also stores and analyzes the data generated from each encounter. The proprietary technology provides granular data capture as the clinician creates a record. This data is available for real-time administrative reporting and a real-time CMS audit ensures regulatory compliance. The browser based software can be accessed via the Internet, and can run on wired or wireless workstations, laptops, or tablet computers.
The CodoniX system is installed in more than 200 urgent care facilities, and physician offices nationwide and generates more than a million patient charts per year. Urgent care centers have replaced pen and paper, or dictation, with the CodoniX system and the improved billing accuracy has raised net collections as much as 30 percent or more.
McKesson Corporation has licensed the CodoniX system for inclusion in its Horizon Emergency Care hospital application and has been successfully selling and installing the application since 2003. The application is one of McKesson’s top selling products.