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CareMedic Receives EHNAC Accreditation

May 1, 2007
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CareMedic Systems' has recently received accreditation for its hospital claims network from The Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC).

The accreditation process includes an evaluation of network infrastructure and business processes, supported by extensive documentation and site visits, says CareMedic.

According to EHNAC, accreditation:

  • Encourages firms in the industry to improve performance.
  • Facilitates open market access and competition.
  • Fosters consistency in transmitted information.
  • Enhances customer service and satisfaction.

CareMedic is a provider of financial management tools for hospitals and other healthcare providers, based in St Petersburg, Fla.

EHNAC is an independent, not-for-profit accrediting agency that provides independent peer evaluation of an organization's ability to perform at industry-established levels.

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