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NaviMedix Acquiring Topline, Unveiling RCM Solution

October 23, 2008
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NaviMedix (Cambridge, Mass.), a provider of real-time healthcare communications, has acquired TopLine Solutions Inc., a healthcare payment and collection solutions company, and is partnering with ClearCycle, Ingenix and Moneris to deliver a revenue cycle management solution.

Through the collaboration, NaviMedix will introduce a suite of “all payer-all patient” payment solutions designed to assist provider organizations in managing the challenges posed by increased patient financial responsibility for healthcare services, it says. The company hopes the offering will enable providers to more cost-effectively determine, manage and collect full payment from patients and health plans while also improving plans’ provider relations, boosting call center efficiencies and supporting efforts to promote consumer-directed health plans. It will become available in 2009.

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