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PCG and HCIM Launch SymKey

July 5, 2007
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PCG Software (Malibu, Calif.) and HealthCare Information Management Inc. (Auburn, Calif.) (HCIM) have created SymKey Virtual Auto-Post, a jointly developed solution for healthcare payer organizations.

The auto-adjudication system integrates with PCG's solution, Virtual Examiner, to speed the healthcare claims review process, says PCG, a provider of software solutions.

In addition, PCG contends the solution will automatically post claim results to the system, with administrators no longer needing to physically track or manage items such as retro-rate reconciliation, multi-level fee schedules, eligibility review, and co-pay/co-insurance correction.



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