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Health Plans Reduce Administrative Expenses with HEALTHsuite(R) from RAM Technologies, Inc.
Date:9/18/2009

FORT WASHINGTON, Pa., Sept. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Today's economic conditions coupled with the anticipated impacts of health insurance reform are forcing health plans to find ways to reduce expenses. RAM Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of software applications for health care payers, enables health plans to reduce expenses with the cost saving features of their health care administrative solution suite HEALTHsuite(R) and eHealthsuite(TM).

HEALTHsuite and eHealthsuite offer quantifiable processes to reduce operating costs while improving performance and service levels for health plans:

  • Powerful EDI capabilities coupled with a superior claim adjudication engine foster a "Paperless" claim processing environment and first pass auto-adjudication rates in excess of 80%
  • Robust Internet self-service portals available 24 x 7 dramatically reducing demands on customer support personnel
  • Advanced Subrogation and Overpayment Recovery capabilities
  • Configurable claim auditing and cost containment capabilities
  • And more...

"With the federal government considering the imposition of constraints on health plan spending and profits, it is more important than ever to control expenses," states Robert A. Tulio, President of RAM Technologies. "HEALTHsuite and eHealthsuite offer tangible features to reduce operating costs while increasing productivity of the health plan."

About RAM Technologies, Inc.

RAM Technologies is a leading developer of enterprise wide healthcare administrative solutions for payers. For over 28 years RAM Technologies has created superior system solutions for health plans supporting Medicare, Medicaid, Commercial and Federal Health Programs. The implementation of HEALTHsuite and eHealthsuite(TM) from RAM Technologies enables clients to achieve drama
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