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Oregon Based First Pacific Corporation Launches New E-Tools Program for Dentists
Date:6/23/2008

SALEM, Ore., June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- First Pacific Corporation, one of this country's best kept secrets in dentistry, announced today it has added a new E-tools program as part of its current offering to existing and new clients. This industry leading program allows dental offices to review all financial information up to the second from their office or home or anywhere the internet is accessible.

"We are excited to be able to offer this new service to our clients," said First Pacific Corporation Director of Client Relations Jeremy Clarke. "We have developed the E-tools program that includes up to date weekly financial information including: current weekly production, adjustments, payments and gross account receivables. FPC E-tools also includes a detailed weekly production check history and a listing of all patient and insurance payments processed at First Pacific Corporation. Another great benefit for FPC clients is the on-line access to a patient's account history providing detailed financial and treatment information. Also included is a statement listing that displays a list of all monthly patient statements sent by FPC. Statement lookup gives our clients the ability to view a replica of those individual patient statements," Clarke said.

Dr. Michael Stuart, Dallas County Dental Society President and FPC client had this to say about the new program, "First Pacific's one of a kind E-tools allows instant access to my up-to-date information tracking my production and financial information, daily, weekly and monthly. I can now get this information at any time of the day or night without stepping foot in my office."

First Pacific Corporation is one of the top dental practice management firms in the country. The Salem, Oregon based company helps dentists improve cash flow, expedite patient and insurance billings and collections, and it decreases the stresses inherent in growing a successful dental practice. FPC allows dentists to extend credit to their patients by paying for their production weekly. The company also performs the patient and insurance billing duties.

"Our E-tools program is just the latest in computer technology that we provide our clients," said Clarke. "We also provide ongoing practice management support with regular visits from a local, highly experienced Account Executive, 800 phone line help for immediate assistance, past-due account follow-up, as well as regularly upgraded hardware and software for our dental clients."

Formed in 1961, First Pacific Corporation is a privately held dental practice management company headquartered in Salem, Oregon. The company currently provides critical business services dental practices in 27 states. FPC has managed over $4.5 billion in dental office production. First Pacific Corporation is an exclusive service for dental and healthcare professionals.

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