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BUDDI AI’s Coding.AI 2023
Enhancing Revenue Cycle Performance through AI-Driven, Autonomous Coding

author - Mac Boyter
Mac Boyter
author - Taelin Bryan
Taelin Bryan
October 11, 2023 | Read Time: 1  minute

Staffing shortages and budgetary pressures are increasing provider adoption of autonomous coding solutions. To address these issues, BUDDI AI aims to improve revenue cycle performance and address healthcare concerns by ensuring coding quality compliance, which increases operational efficiency. This is done by combining a specialty-specific rules engine with the active learning capabilities of AI models, a flexible approach to file formats, and the ability to assign codes for CPT, MIPS, ICD-10, and modifier. This report offers a first look at both provider and vendor experiences with BUDDI AI’s Coding.AI.

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Key Findings:

  1. BUDDI AI’s Coding.AI Customer Experience: An Initial Look
  2. Points to Ponder
  3. BUDDI AI: Company Profile at a Glance
  4. Solution Technical Specifications (provided by BUDDI AI)
author - Kyle Chilton
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Kyle Chilton
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