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North Mississippi Health Gets RCM Solution

November 8, 2007
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According to Atlanta-based Eclipsys, North Mississippi Health Services (NMHS) has selected its Sunrise Patient Financials as a revenue cycle management solution. NMHS is a diversified regional healthcare organization that serves 22 counties in north Mississippi and northwest Alabama, and is headquartered in Tupelo, Miss.

Eclipsys says its Sunrise Patient Financials patient-billing and receivables-management solution will enable NMHS to streamline its billing processes, maximize reimbursements, improve cash flow and enhance patient satisfaction. The product may also help NMHS extend financial workflows out to payers and the larger patient community using electronic data interchange and Web capabilities, the company says.

NMHS will use the Eclipsys solution to extend the same revenue cycle workflows across all of its facilities, providing a single entry point for corporate- and hospital-level information, the company claims.



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