News | Radiology Business | August 07, 2015

ImagineSoftware Adds Medical Software Company CPU Medical Management Systems

Billing automation software company will integrate CPUMMS' cloud-based healthcare information systems for physician organizations and billing services

ImagineSoftware, CPU Medical Management Systems, CPUMMS, billing automation software, cloud-based healthcare information systems

August 7, 2015 — ImagineSoftware announced that cloud-based medical and professional billing software solutions provider CPU Medical Management Systems (CPUMMS) has joined the Imagine team.

ImagineSoftware is a provider of billing automation software and revenue management applications, offering technology solutions for medical billing offices, practices and hospitals. currently serving more than 15,000 physicians. ImagineSoftware solutions improve efficiency and build value while applying high quality standards to data integrity.

CPUMMS is a provider of cloud-based healthcare information systems for physician organizations and billing services. CPU's practice management solutions tackle administrative and financial tasks, improving efficiency, increasing collections and decreasing the cost of billing.

The combined company will create a larger footprint of radiology billing software, with an expanded presence across multiple healthcare specialties, billing companies, clinics and hospitals. By adding CPUMMS, ImagineSoftware will extend its West Coast presence through CPUMMS' industry relationships.

The strategic partnership will allow the companies to offer an even more comprehensive and customizable suite of practice management and medical billing software solutions.  The customer base will benefit from CPUMMS' experience and Imagine's innovation.

For more information: www.imagine-software.com

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