News | September 07, 2008

Aspyra Adds Billing Product to Portfolio

September 8, 2008 - Aspyra Inc., a provider of clinical and diagnostic healthcare information solutions, entered into an agreement with Data Strategies, allowing Aspyra to represent Data Strategies’ elligence billing product line nationally to new and existing Aspyra customers.

Data Strategies develops, manufactures and distributes products for healthcare practice management and targets similar users those who use Aspyra’s clinical and diagnostic product solutions.

Aspyra’s RIS, PACS and LIS solutions are designed to enhance the departmental workflow, boost productivity and reduce costs. With Data Strategies elligence, Aspyra can offer new and existing customers a more comprehensive integrated solution for the entire workflow process, including reportedly quicker claim reimbursement and a possible reduction in lost charges for the facility.

The non-exclusive national agreement became effective July 18, 2008 and is specific to Data Strategies elligence Healthcare Practice Management Billing software and all of its integrated modules and components.

For more information: www.aspyra.com

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