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MedAptus Secures $6 Million Investment

Funding to Support Increasing Sales of the Company's Innovative Revenue Cycle Offerings

BOSTON, March 19 /PRNewswire/ -- MedAptus(R), market leader for charge capture technologies, today announced that it has secured $6 million in capital in a financing led by existing investor Boston Millennia Partners. This investment will enable MedAptus to further support the growth of its Intelligent Charge Capture suite of products.

"The realities of today's economy require provider organizations to look at financial performance more closely than ever," said MedAptus CEO Dennis Mitchell. "This means that our offerings have become must-have for hospitals and physician practices in order to grow and thrive. This financing will allow us to innovate in ways that drive unparalleled revenue integrity and optimization for our customers."

MedAptus' powerful, yet easy-to-use, electronic charge capture technologies are practice-proven to maximize revenue, enhance compliance efforts and increase billing process transparency. Offerings include solutions for professional, facility and infusion services coding and billing, as well as complementary modules for PQRI and other clinically oriented tasks. Thousands of clinicians across organizations that include single-specialty practices, multi-specialty groups and large academic institutions use MedAptus on a daily basis.

"We are quite proud of the success MedAptus has experienced with its physician solution. Also, the company's Facility Charge Capture product, the first of its kind for the ambulatory environment, is a tremendously appealing product, particularly given the increasing economic challenges facing hospitals," said Robert Jevon, partner at Boston Millennia Partners and a member of the MedAptus Board of Directors. "Lots of people are talking about the inefficient processes that plague healthcare -- we're delighted that MedAptus is actually doing something about it."

About MedAptus

MedAptus is the Gold Standard in the healthcare revenue cycle for effective charge management, compliance and workflow efficiency. With the most powerful, yet easy-to-use, Intelligent Charge Capture technologies available, we enjoy enterprise-wide adoption at some of the nation's most prestigious healthcare organizations. Our portfolio of full-scale Professional and Facility offerings is practice-proven to increase revenue, re-engineer archaic processes, enhance EMR investments and save busy providers valuable time. For more information, visit or call 617.896.4000.

    MedAptus Contact:

    Jennifer Crowley
    p. 617.896.4030

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