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Medical Data Systems, Inc. (MDS) Announces Operations Expansion and Opening of its Primary Collections Operations Office
Date:7/7/2009

s positioned for growth and continued innovation. We have expanded our technology, tools and system integration internally, recently added some key leadership positions, and we have enlarged our business development division to include sales staff in key territories of growth. With all of this, MDS continues to expand on its 24 year history in healthcare collections, and proven results for clients, nationally," said Gene Schneider, COO.

Serving 425 hospitals, MDS is prepared to dedicate tools and resources to offer its Primary Collections Service to hospitals nationwide. MDS' business is dedicated solely to the hospital/healthcare industry, and 100% of its work is handled in the United States. Offering Extended Business Office, Primary Collections, Secondary Collections and Professional Fee Billing Services, positions MDS to provide a continuum of revenue cycle solutions to hospitals and healthcare providers throughout the country.

For additional information on the expansion and growth of MDS, or any other MDS related information, please contact Estelle Welte (ewelte(at)meddatsys(dot)com) or visit www.meddatsys.com.

About MDS:
MDS is a proven, trusted and innovative leader in revenue cycle management. For 24 years MDS has successfully partnered with multiple hospitals and respected health systems across the nation. We understand the specific demands and concerns of the provider community and it is reflected in our unparalleled client service and performance value.

Founded in 1985, MDS (Medical Data Systems, Inc.) pioneered Secondary Collections. Offering a full suite of revenue cycle services, MDS offers: Professional Fee Billing, Extended Business Office and Primary Collections, and Secondary Bad Debt Collections.

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