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XactiMed Receives KLAS Award, Signs New Clients

January 1, 2007
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Dallas-based XactiMed, a provider of Web-based claims processing, remittance and denial management revenue cycle solutions, was named a Category Leader in the Claims Management Market Segment for the 2006 KLAS Awards.


In other XactiMed news, Seattle Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center has implemented the company's claims and remittance management solutions. In a second recently signed deal, South Carolina?based Lexington Medical Center selected the vendor's revenue cycle solutions for electronic claims processing and claims management.


Stated Roger Sipes, Lexington Medical Center's Assistant Vice President of Business Services, "XactiMed's advanced editing capabilities, their management and productivity reporting capabilities, and their ability to hold a greater sense of accountability throughout the entire billing cycle were key factors in Lexington's decision to choose XactiMed."Â

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