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EDI Health Group Partners With Orthoease to Incorporate Claims Processing Into Company's Robust Practice Management Software
Date:11/4/2009

en selected as the integrated clearinghouse solution for the Orthoease product," stated Le Ann Eyers, Director of Payer and Partner Relations at DentalXChange.

"Orthoease was referred to DentalXChange after being disappointed with other options and we are excited to have successfully implement an EDI solution for them within 60 days."

About Orthoease, Inc.

Orthoease is a leading provider of Orthodontic Practice Management, Imaging and Patient Education software solutions. Based in North Ogden Utah, the company has been in business for 16 years with clients in 9 countries including the US and Canada. As the only orthodontic practice management company that offers programs which operate natively on both Mac and Windows operating systems, Orthoease is experiencing consistent growth in both small and large practice segments of the orthodontic software market.

About EDI Health Group, Inc. - DentalXChange

EDI Health Group, Inc., (EHG) is a leading provider of enhanced connectivity, streamlined technology and transaction solutions for patients, payers and providers in the dental industry. The company's mission is to simplify business processes, increase productivity, enhance management and revenue cycles, and allow focus on quality customer service and patient care by providing streamlined connectivity solutions that integrate the needs of dental payers, patients and providers.

In addition to its robust EDI solutions, which have been integrated into many of the dental industry's leading practice management software solutions, DentalXChange.com, a subsidiary of EHG, delivers these services through an easy-to-use Web portal which offers business applications and connectivity solutions for providers, payers and patients within the dental industry.

EDI Health Group, Inc., is headquartered in Irvine, Calif. For more information, visit the company's Web site at

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