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IntelliSoft Group to Preview Version 14 of IntelliCred™ and IntelliApp™ at the National Association Medical Staff Services (NAMSS) 37th Educational Conference
Date:7/31/2013

Nashua, NH (PRWEB) July 31, 2013

IntelliSoft Group, LLC, a leading provider of credentialing, payer enrollment and contract management software, today announced it will preview Version 14 of IntelliCred™ and IntelliApp™ at the National Association Medical Staff Services (NAMSS) 37th Annual Education Conference being held in Hollywood, FL on September 21-25, 2013.    

Some key new features available on Version 14:

  • Ability to create a packet of credentialing files, zip and email them
  • Windows 8 certification
  • Major upgrade to the contract management module
  • Login quick access buttons
  • iPop enhancements
  • NAMSS PASS automation
  • Recruitment – Web View functionality for recruits to apply
  • Call log tracking module
  • Redesigned letter and email functionality
  • Pending address changes

“We’ve added significant functionality for the managed care arena as well as many improved efficiencies in the credentialing processes,” said Mike Aha, Director of Development.

IntelliSoft Group will be exhibiting at the NAMSS 37th Annual Educational Conference, booth #35, on September 22-24. Company representatives will be available onsite to provide additional information on this significant product upgrade.

About IntelliSoft Group, LLC

Based in Nashua, NH, IntelliSoft Group, LLC is a leading provider of medical credentialing, provider enrollment, and contract management software products. The company’s products, IntelliCred, IntelliApp and IntelliContract are used by hundreds of healthcare systems, hospitals, managed care organizations, credentialing verification organizat
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