Technology | June 11, 2015

ImagineSoftware Exhibits Financial Suite Software at RBMA Spring Conference

Set of products and services designed to increase cash flow and improve revenue cycle management for medical practices

ImagineSoftware, RBMA 2015, Financial Suite, revenue management

June 11, 2015 - ImagineSoftware will be exhibiting at the Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) 2015 Radiology Summit Conference, June 7-10 at Caesar's Palace Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. During the event, ImagineSoftware will showcase its new Financial Suite comprised of products and services designed to increase cash flow and improve revenue cycle management for medical practices. From the Financial Suite, ImagineSoftware will highlight its new interest-free patient payment plan, HonorCare. HonorCare will allow healthcare providers to increase collections by offering patients a more flexible payment option. Attendees can also learn about Imagine's other Financial Suite offerings including Medical Liens Funding, Clearinghouse Solutions and Online Medical Marketing services.

Conference attendees who visit the Imagine exhibit booth will have an opportunity to view live demos of the latest versions of the ImagineSoftware Product Suite, including the company's easy online patient payment option, ImagineiPay. Attendees can also view the mobile accessible, on-the-go practice performance monitoring software, ImagineAnywhere, and their business intelligence and data analytics software, ImagineIntelligence.

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