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Omega Medical Solutions Selects Allscripts Practice Management and Allscripts Payerpath Revenue Cycle Management
Date:7/2/2009

e management solution that provides an easy-to-use, secure method for electronically submitting insurance claims to payers quickly, accurately and cost effectively. Claims are uploaded from the practice management system to the Network Operating Center (NOC) where payer, specialty and HIPAA-specific edits are applied. Claims that pass all edits are sent to the individual payers for processing and claims that fail any edits are immediately available for correction prior to payer submission.

Payerpath is used by thousands of physician groups across the U.S. to process more than 260 million claims annually and 500 million revenue cycle management transactions.

Combining the two solutions in a single package enables Omega to automate tasks for their clients that would otherwise require back-and-forth shuffling between their practice management system and claims clearinghouse software. Now when Omega updates a claim in Payerpath, the information is immediately and automatically updated within Allscripts Practice Management - saving time and ensuring more accurate claims submissions for prompt payment.

Payerpath's point-of-service verification of insurance coverage is another "huge value proposition," said Chavis. "In this economy, more and more patients have lost insurance or changed insurance and they often don't share that information with the front desk. Now our clients can push a button while working in Allscripts Practice Management and have that information immediately available from Payerpath. That's almost priceless."

Allscripts Chief Executive Officer Glen Tullman commented, "Omega Medical Solutions has demonstrated strong leadership by providing their physician clients - including many of our own clients - with the practice management and revenue cycle management capabilities they need to thrive in today's challenging healthcare market. As the nation's largest physician-focused claims clea
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