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Greenway Medical and Navicure Partner

February 9, 2009
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Carrollton, Ga.-based Greenway Medical Technologies Inc., a provider of integrated EHRs, practice management and interoperability functionality, and Duluth, Ga. -based Navicure, an Internet-based medical claims clearinghouse, are teaming up. Through the agreement, both companies will expand their offerings to include more integrated solutions and services, they say.

Navicure claims its account receivables management solutions provide practices with the ability to automate receivables processes, including primary and secondary claims reimbursement, patient eligibility verification and rejected/denied claims management. At the same time, Navicure’s new partner, Greenway, touts its integrated physician’s infrastructure strategy provides organizations with reduced costs by optimizing point-of-care documentation, interoperability and PHRs.



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