News | May 07, 2012

medQ Inks Deal With Community Portable X-ray

May 7, 2012 - medQ , a provider of information technology and service solutions in radiology, announced a signed agreement with Community Portable X-ray to provide a complete workflow solution from order entry through to automatic report distribution and billing. The Plano, Texas-based Community Portable X-ray is a leading provider of mobile imaging services throughout the state of Texas. medQ’s mobile imaging-based order and dispatch and Van management workflow design is specifically engineered for the unique needs of mobile imagine. Upfront insurance verification automates the process of ensuring patients are covered and has a positive impact on reimbursement and cash flow. The Q/ris 3000 operates in both an on- and offline mode to meet the operational needs of mobile and portable imaging, especially in remote areas.

The Q/ris 3000 Mobile workflow comes with a full charge capture program designed specifically for mobile imaging (by mobile imaging clients) which handles Medicare Part A and B, facility and split billing as well as automated trip and set up charge calculation, all feeding into our fully integrated billing module – or sent in a “claims submission ready” format to your billing company to increase and improve your enterprise cash flow.

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