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Huntsville Pediatric Associates Selects DST Health Solutions' Practice Management Solution for Billing, Accounts Receivable
Date:2/12/2008

MDr PracticeManager to Help Pediatric Group Improve Claims Processing,

Appointment Scheduling and Patient Statements

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- DST Health Solutions has completed an agreement with Huntsville Pediatric Associates to provide MDr PracticeManager(TM), a comprehensive physician practice management solution that helps improve appointment scheduling, medical billing, electronic claims submission, payment and accounts receivable processing. DST Health Solutions will host the MDr PracticeManager software and hardware from its data center in Kansas City, Mo.

"Productivity is crucial in modern medical practice," said Steve Sabino, president, DST Health Solutions. "MDr PracticeManager helps streamline the processes that impact financial and administrative efficiency."

Huntsville Pediatric Associates averages 57,000 annual encounters with patients from birth to age 21. MDr PracticeManager will help Huntsville improve the efficiency of administrative functions, such as appointment scheduling and claims processing.

"This solution will help eliminate manual processes, and related paperwork," said Robin Riggs, administrator, Huntsville Pediatric Associates. "By modernizing our practice management system, we will improve productivity and patient satisfaction."

About DST Health Solutions

DST Health Solutions delivers solutions and business process outsourcing services that improve efficiency, reduce operational costs, increase speed to market and improve customer service for health plans, consumer-directed plans, government plans (Medicare Advantage/Part D and Medicaid) and physician practices. DST Health Solutions' enterprise applications, and ASP and BPO services support 390 healthcare clients, representing more than 38 million covered lives, 360 million health plan claims, 35 million physician business transactions and 700,000 consumer-directed members annually. For more infor
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