News | January 15, 2009

California Radiology Group Selects MedCurrent Verify to Speed Insurance Eligibility Checks

January 15, 2009 – MedCurrent Corp. said that Pueblo Radiology Medical Group is among the first imaging centers to use its Web-based insurance eligibility verification tool, MedCurrent Verify.

MedCurrent Verify speeds insurance workflow processes, improves claim submission accuracy and optimizes reimbursement. Pueblo’s 22 radiologists perform over 65,000 imaging procedures annually across four centers in Santa Barbara and Ventura, California. The practice will use MedCurrent Verify to connect to databases from more than 350 U.S.-based insurance carriers via the Web to automate eligibility verification and secure real-time patient coverage information. Pueblo Radiology is currently using MedCurrent in a standalone manner, but works are in progress to integrate it into the practice’s RIS to streamline efficiency.

For more information: www.medcurrent.com

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