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Duke University Health System Chooses SSI for Revenue Cycle Claims Management
Date:6/3/2009

MOBILE, Ala., June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The SSI Group, Inc. (SSI) announced their success in being selected as a primary vendor for Duke University Health System (DUHS) and its affiliated hospitals for a revenue cycle claims management solution. The contract names SSI as the primary supplier of claims management products, including but not limited to ClickON(R) LinX, an innovative product that features the functionality of posting back billing information to the host HIS system. The product includes an extensive set of model options for such things as claims status, bill date posting, and with more than 100 separate 837 data components.

ClickON(R) LinX was collaboratively designed and successfully tested over the past year by SSI and Siemens Healthcare, and features the ability to post back corrected claim and billing information directly into the Siemens INVISION(R) and UNITY(R) HIS systems.

Bobby Smith, President and CEO of SSI, stated, "Duke University Health System has partnered with us because they see the benefit and cost savings in having their billing process and their HIS system in sync. We are proud of our achievement and take great pleasure in that the Information Technology professionals at DUHS recognize the impact of this innovation. This product will generate substantial cost savings in each of their hospital billing and financial services sectors."

Cecelia Moore, Chief Operating Officer, Patient Revenue Management Organization, Duke University Health System said, "We are proud to partner with such an outstanding and forward thinking organization. SSI began this journey just one year ago at the HIMSS 2008 conference with Siemens, our HIS vendor. Both organizations have come a long way in that time. This innovation will change the way hospitals do business. We are looking forward to an exciting relationship with SSI and Siemens."

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