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CareMedic Releases Consolidated Payment Management System

April 26, 2007
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CareMedic Systems Inc., a provider of financial management for healthcare institutions based in St Petersburg, Fla., recently released OptimizeAR Consolidated Payment Management.

Currently in beta testing at New York Presbyterian Hospital, CareMedic's OptimizeAR Consolidated Payment Management automatically uploads indexed EOB images to CareMedic's ImageAR Document Management system for electronic access.

The system also transfers data to CareMedic's OptimizeAR Denial Management system and electronic financial record to facilitate denial and revenue cycle workflows and reporting, as well as patient-level data storage and retrieval.



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