News | PACS | September 25, 2017

MedInformatix Developing Billing Solution for Northern California's Largest Radiology Group

Company will customize billing platform as part of its signature V7.6 RIS

MedInformatix Developing Billing Solution for Northern California's Largest Radiology Group

September 25, 2017 — Bay Medical Management and its radiology services provider Bay Imaging Consultants have chosen MedInformatix to implement a new revenue cycle management solution for the expansive practice. MedInformatix will customize a billing platform as part of its signature V7.6 RIS (radiology information system) and enterprise practice management technology suite.

Bay Medical Management focuses on solving healthcare organizations’ problems with strategic and efficient solutions. The company performs radiology practice management, billing, healthcare information technology (IT) work for 11 hospitals and 22 outpatient facilities in the Bay Area, and currently operates and manages five partnership imaging facilities with their hospital partners.

Bay Imaging Consultants Medical Group provides a full-spectrum of state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging services and procedures at more sites in Northern California than any other private practice radiology group. Their clinical team includes more than 80 board-certified radiologists, many of whom also hold appointments at UC-San Francisco and Stanford.

For more information: www.medinformatix.com

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