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  1. #1
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    The company I work for currently uses 3M for our encoder. Lately I have been less than impressed with 3M and we are looking into other options. Does anyone have any other encoders/coding software that they use that you LOVE? what do you use and what do you like/dislike about it?
    Thanks for any input!!

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    I have heard good things about supercoder. I am trying to get it in our office at the moment

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    Manhattan, NY
    EncoderPro works well, but we use it in conjunction with 3M. I've used several, and have found that a combo approach is better.

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    Everett, WA
    I agree with the last post. We use Encoder Pro Deluxe. I'm still having issues with the compliance checker, and not sure if we'll renew that part of the module. Checking back into Supercoder again (we tried it before), but before making this decision for our Family Practice Doctors will also check into the one that provides. I've heard good things from those in Medical Management positions about it. So, once again the search begins before we renew.

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