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MPV Signs Contract with MSO

July 10, 2007
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Medical Present Value Inc. (MPV), a provider of financial tools and services to manage payer contracts and audit reimbursement, has signed a contract with MSO Inc. (Glen Rock, N.J.), a provider of practice management services for medical groups.

Under the terms of the agreement, MPV contends it will enable two Denver-based MSO clients, Aurora Denver Cardiology Associates and Western Cardiology Associates, to better define the terms of their payer contracts, verify reimbursement and improve cash flow.

MPV's Phynance application maintains a database of client-specific contract terms, fee schedules and payment policies to ensure claim pricing is accurate, says the company.

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