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Tenet Selects Accuro

May 21, 2007
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Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare Corporation has selected Accuro Healthcare Solutions Inc. to provide it with Web-based revenue cycle management tools. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

Dallas-based Accuro contends it will provide Tenet with the following solutions:

- CodeCorrect CDM Enterprise -- provides corporate governance over multiple chargemasters from a single point.

- CodeCorrect Knowledge -- provides critical regulatory coding and billing intelligence.

- Accuro APC Profitability — an analysis tool for outpatient financial performance by APC department or physician.

According to Accuro, its intelligence and revenue management tools are designed to help companies standardize billing and revenue captures processes, as well as aggregate and analyze data from multiple sources. Accuro will also provide contract management solutions to Tenet, says the company.

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