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IntelliSoft Group and Amerinet Inc. Form Partnership to Transform Healthcare Delivery of Quality Patient Safety and Care
Date:11/21/2009

NH based medical credentialing software company IntelliSoft Group is the first in its industry to form a partnerhsip with Amerinet, Inc., the leading healthcare G.P.O. in the U.S. This partnership will help to transform quality care within the healthcare market.

(Vocus) November 21, 2009 -- ISG Group, LLC, doing business as IntelliSoft Group, has announced a new agreement with Amerinet Inc., a leading national healthcare group purchasing organization. As an industry leader, Amerinet Inc. strategically partners with acute and alternate care providers to reduce costs and improve quality through its performance solutions. IntelliSoft Group is an industry leader in medical credentialing and provider enrollment software.

“We are very pleased to be partners with the Amerinet organization,” stated Michael Melville, president of IntelliSoft Group. “Partnering with a nationally known healthcare GPO with a membership of over 32,000 allows us greater access to healthcare organizations in need of our solutions and services. This agreement gives us the ability to deliver high quality, value added products through more channels; reaching an increasingly diverse population of healthcare customers requiring quality automated credentialing software.”

In an agreement that is the first of its kind for IntelliSoft Group, Amerinet will offer IntelliSoft Group’s full featured credentialing software to its extensive membership network, delivering significant value on IntelliSoft Group products and services. IntelliSoft Group’s IntelliCred Phoenix™ streamlines the credentialing process that all healthc
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