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SourceMedical Launches New Tool to Automate Insurance Eligibility Verification for Ambulatory Surgery Centers
Date:10/19/2009

munications and data exchange between stakeholders, facilities can gain significant cost savings and boost productivity," said Ron Pelletier, vice president of market strategy of SourceMedical's Surgery Division. "SourcePlus Eligibility changes the game for our clients by allowing them to completely eliminate the labor intensive processes and replace them with smart, money-saving web-based automation."

"Through our partnership with SourceMedical, we can now offer ASCs our powerful tool to process all of their benefit verification inquiries," said Troy Clifton, vice president of sales and marketing of Encircle Healthcare. "Our eligibility verification tool offers extensive benefits beyond that of simply verifying coverage. By eliminating all of the manual steps, and by providing an automated means to manage the entire process, our ASC users will see a significant and immediate return on investment."

SourcePlus Eligibility is currently integrated with SourceMedical's AdvantX, Vision, and SurgiSource applications, enabling facilities to automate the entire process of obtaining verification of coverage and benefits details for their patients. This leads to improved profitability and productivity while reducing account receivable days and billing errors.

For additional information about SourceMedical's surgery solutions, including SourcePlus Eligibility, please contact SourceMedical at 800-719-1904 or visit www.sourcemed.net.

About SourceMedical
SourceMedical provides outpatient information solutions and services for outpatient ambulatory surgery centers and rehabilitation clinics nationwide. With nearly 30-year track record and more than 4,300 satisfied customers, SourceMedical is the trusted source for innovative applications, in-depth industry expertise and unsurpassed customer service. The compan
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