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Garnet Health -- A Leader in the Healthcare Industry Expands its Operations
Date:7/16/2009

der Enrollment services for physicians nationwide which allows the providers to become credentialed and able to service the health plan's members. Garnet leverages its in-depth expertise and their many years of experience focusing exclusively on this discipline which provides unique benefits for its clients. Garnet is constantly improving their processes and proprietary systems to make the provider enrollment process better for their clients while serving as a true advocate for them. Garnet provides ways for physicians to save time, reduce costs, and increase profitability.

"I cannot say enough positive things about Garnet," says Dr. Stacey Gill of Gill Family Medicine. "For one flat fee, they worked with my staff and I for an entire year getting us credentialed on any and every plan we requested. They were highly professional in every way and followed through with every detail, even answering our general questions on credentialing issues that we did not fully understand! I don't know how anyone could even think of starting a new practice without the assistance of such an organization to help navigate the complex maze that medical insurance credentialing is today. The best investment I made starting out."

Whether it is through Garnet's Application Completion Service, their Provider Enrollment Service or by helping physicians generate more revenue while providing better patient care with in-office medication dispensing, Garnet significantly improves the operating efficiency and profitability of medical practices. Partnering with Garnet provides physicians the freedom to be devoted to the more important aspects of running the practice, from billing to managing staff to improving patient care.

For more information on Garnet, please visit www.garnethealth.com.

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