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HealthEast Contracts to Improve Claims

April 22, 2008
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In an effort to increase contract analysis, negotiation capabilities, and to improve RCM, HealthEast Care System of St. Paul, Minn. has selected Concuity’s ClearContracts.

Vernon Hill, Ill.-based Concuity says its product is designed to help healthcare organizations to accelerate collections, identify real variances, and improve cash flow and revenue. Collectors can effectively prioritize accounts, build cases for appeal, manage the appeal process, and collect more of what is owed, the company says.

HealthEast Care System is a nonprofit healthcare organization that provides family health services. The HealthEast system includes Bethesda Hospital, St. John’s Hospital, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Woodwinds Health Campus as well as outpatient services, clinics, home care, pharmacies and medical transportation services.

Concuity is a division of Addison, Texas-based Trintech.

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