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private:associateddataservicesllp-2 1311843 May 22nd, 2019 12:00AM Associated Data Services, LLP 15 0.00 Open Hospital & Health Care May 22nd, 2019 10:33AM May 22nd, 2019 10:33AM In today’s healthcare environment, billions of transactions are exchanged each year through a network of complex and costly channels. This environment is fragmented and extremely dependent on information exchange. Duplication is rampant and costly. Did you know the average cost to manually process one paper Explanation of Benefits (EOB) ranges from $5 to $10? If the insurance company/claims clearing house has that data in a print file, doesn't it make sense that the same data can be transmitted electronically to a healthcare provider? So why would any provider or medical billing company choose to have the that critical and confidential data sent through the mail system where it is vulnerable to fraudulent interception, delivery delays etc. Why should the patient community be required to absorb the costs associated with office staff, opening, extracting, sorting and manually data entering data that is readily available in an eletronic format. Imagine the same data that has to be manually keyed available for posting to the providers billing system can be automatically updated on a daily basis without those added costs! Isn't it time to save money in the healthcare sector and contribute to controlling costs rather than adding to them? To get the conversation started, please call John Stanton at (603) 714-2060 or email me at: johnstanton@aassociateddataservices.com or Bill Dee at (603) 785-0930 or email him at: billdee@associateddataservices.com Open Healthcare Revenue Cycle Enhancement, Decreasing Healthcare Accounting Cycles, Health Insurance Claims Processing, Healthcare Claims Data Scrubbing and Segmenting, EOB Conversion and consolidation Open 1 Hardy Road, # 101 Bedford NH US 03110 Health Care Equipment & Services
private:associateddataservicesllp-2 1311843 Mar 23rd, 2018 12:00AM Associated Data Services, LLP 13 0.00 Open Hospital & Health Care Mar 23rd, 2017 10:51AM Mar 23rd, 2017 10:51AM In today’s healthcare environment, billions of transactions are exchanged each year through a network of complex and costly channels. This environment is fragmented and extremely dependent on information exchange. Duplication is rampant and costly. Did you know the average cost to manually process one paper Explanation of Benefits (EOB) ranges from $5 to $10? If the insurance company/claims clearing house has that data in a print file, doesn't it make sense that the same data can be transmitted electronically to a healthcare provider? So why would any provider or medical billing company choose to have the that critical and confidential data sent through the mail system where it is vulnerable to fraudulent interception, delivery delays etc. Why should the patient community be required to absorb the costs associated with office staff, opening, extracting, sorting and manually data entering data that is readily available in an eletronic format. Imagine the same data that has to be manually keyed available for posting to the providers billing system can be automatically updated on a daily basis without those added costs! Isn't it time to save money in the healthcare sector and contribute to controlling costs rather than adding to them? To get the conversation started, please call John Stanton at (603) 714-2060 or email me at: johnstanton@aassociateddataservices.com or Bill Dee at (603) 785-0930 or email him at: billdee@associateddataservices.com Health Care Equipment & Services
private:associateddataservicesllp-2 1311843 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Associated Data Services, LLP 13 0.00 Open Hospital & Health Care Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM In today’s healthcare environment, billions of transactions are exchanged each year through a network of complex and costly channels. This environment is fragmented and extremely dependent on information exchange. Duplication is rampant and costly. Did you know the average cost to manually process one paper Explanation of Benefits (EOB) ranges from $5 to $10? If the insurance company/claims clearing house has that data in a print file, doesn't it make sense that the same data can be transmitted electronically to a healthcare provider? So why would any provider or medical billing company choose to have the that critical and confidential data sent through the mail system where it is vulnerable to fraudulent interception, delivery delays etc. Why should the patient community be required to absorb the costs associated with office staff, opening, extracting, sorting and manually data entering data that is readily available in an eletronic format. Imagine the same data that has to be manually keyed available for posting to the providers billing system can be automatically updated on a daily basis without those added costs! Isn't it time to save money in the healthcare sector and contribute to controlling costs rather than adding to them? To get the conversation started, please call John Stanton at (603) 714-2060 or email me at: johnstanton@aassociateddataservices.com or Bill Dee at (603) 785-0930 or email him at: billdee@associateddataservices.com Health Care Equipment & Services
private:associateddataservicesllp-2 1311843 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Associated Data Services, LLP 13 0.00 Open Hospital & Health Care Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM In today’s healthcare environment, billions of transactions are exchanged each year through a network of complex and costly channels. This environment is fragmented and extremely dependent on information exchange. Duplication is rampant and costly. Did you know the average cost to manually process one paper Explanation of Benefits (EOB) ranges from $5 to $10? If the insurance company/claims clearing house has that data in a print file, doesn't it make sense that the same data can be transmitted electronically to a healthcare provider? So why would any provider or medical billing company choose to have the that critical and confidential data sent through the mail system where it is vulnerable to fraudulent interception, delivery delays etc. Why should the patient community be required to absorb the costs associated with office staff, opening, extracting, sorting and manually data entering data that is readily available in an eletronic format. Imagine the same data that has to be manually keyed available for posting to the providers billing system can be automatically updated on a daily basis without those added costs! Isn't it time to save money in the healthcare sector and contribute to controlling costs rather than adding to them? To get the conversation started, please call John Stanton at (603) 714-2060 or email me at: johnstanton@aassociateddataservices.com or Bill Dee at (603) 785-0930 or email him at: billdee@associateddataservices.com Health Care Equipment & Services
private:associateddataservicesllp-2 1311843 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Associated Data Services, LLP 13 0.00 Open Hospital & Health Care Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM In today’s healthcare environment, billions of transactions are exchanged each year through a network of complex and costly channels. This environment is fragmented and extremely dependent on information exchange. Duplication is rampant and costly. Did you know the average cost to manually process one paper Explanation of Benefits (EOB) ranges from $5 to $10? If the insurance company/claims clearing house has that data in a print file, doesn't it make sense that the same data can be transmitted electronically to a healthcare provider? So why would any provider or medical billing company choose to have the that critical and confidential data sent through the mail system where it is vulnerable to fraudulent interception, delivery delays etc. Why should the patient community be required to absorb the costs associated with office staff, opening, extracting, sorting and manually data entering data that is readily available in an eletronic format. Imagine the same data that has to be manually keyed available for posting to the providers billing system can be automatically updated on a daily basis without those added costs! Isn't it time to save money in the healthcare sector and contribute to controlling costs rather than adding to them? To get the conversation started, please call John Stanton at (603) 714-2060 or email me at: johnstanton@aassociateddataservices.com or Bill Dee at (603) 785-0930 or email him at: billdee@associateddataservices.com Health Care Equipment & Services
private:associateddataservicesllp-2 1311843 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Associated Data Services, LLP 13 0.00 Open Hospital & Health Care Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM In today’s healthcare environment, billions of transactions are exchanged each year through a network of complex and costly channels. This environment is fragmented and extremely dependent on information exchange. Duplication is rampant and costly. Did you know the average cost to manually process one paper Explanation of Benefits (EOB) ranges from $5 to $10? If the insurance company/claims clearing house has that data in a print file, doesn't it make sense that the same data can be transmitted electronically to a healthcare provider? So why would any provider or medical billing company choose to have the that critical and confidential data sent through the mail system where it is vulnerable to fraudulent interception, delivery delays etc. Why should the patient community be required to absorb the costs associated with office staff, opening, extracting, sorting and manually data entering data that is readily available in an eletronic format. Imagine the same data that has to be manually keyed available for posting to the providers billing system can be automatically updated on a daily basis without those added costs! Isn't it time to save money in the healthcare sector and contribute to controlling costs rather than adding to them? To get the conversation started, please call John Stanton at (603) 714-2060 or email me at: johnstanton@aassociateddataservices.com or Bill Dee at (603) 785-0930 or email him at: billdee@associateddataservices.com Health Care Equipment & Services
private:associateddataservicesllp-2 1311843 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Associated Data Services, LLP 13 0.00 Open Hospital & Health Care Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM In today’s healthcare environment, billions of transactions are exchanged each year through a network of complex and costly channels. This environment is fragmented and extremely dependent on information exchange. Duplication is rampant and costly. Did you know the average cost to manually process one paper Explanation of Benefits (EOB) ranges from $5 to $10? If the insurance company/claims clearing house has that data in a print file, doesn't it make sense that the same data can be transmitted electronically to a healthcare provider? So why would any provider or medical billing company choose to have the that critical and confidential data sent through the mail system where it is vulnerable to fraudulent interception, delivery delays etc. Why should the patient community be required to absorb the costs associated with office staff, opening, extracting, sorting and manually data entering data that is readily available in an eletronic format. Imagine the same data that has to be manually keyed available for posting to the providers billing system can be automatically updated on a daily basis without those added costs! Isn't it time to save money in the healthcare sector and contribute to controlling costs rather than adding to them? To get the conversation started, please call John Stanton at (603) 714-2060 or email me at: johnstanton@aassociateddataservices.com or Bill Dee at (603) 785-0930 or email him at: billdee@associateddataservices.com Health Care Equipment & Services
private:associateddataservicesllp-2 1311843 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Associated Data Services, LLP 13 0.00 Open Hospital & Health Care Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM In today’s healthcare environment, billions of transactions are exchanged each year through a network of complex and costly channels. This environment is fragmented and extremely dependent on information exchange. Duplication is rampant and costly. Did you know the average cost to manually process one paper Explanation of Benefits (EOB) ranges from $5 to $10? If the insurance company/claims clearing house has that data in a print file, doesn't it make sense that the same data can be transmitted electronically to a healthcare provider? So why would any provider or medical billing company choose to have the that critical and confidential data sent through the mail system where it is vulnerable to fraudulent interception, delivery delays etc. Why should the patient community be required to absorb the costs associated with office staff, opening, extracting, sorting and manually data entering data that is readily available in an eletronic format. Imagine the same data that has to be manually keyed available for posting to the providers billing system can be automatically updated on a daily basis without those added costs! Isn't it time to save money in the healthcare sector and contribute to controlling costs rather than adding to them? To get the conversation started, please call John Stanton at (603) 714-2060 or email me at: johnstanton@aassociateddataservices.com or Bill Dee at (603) 785-0930 or email him at: billdee@associateddataservices.com Health Care Equipment & Services
private:associateddataservicesllp-2 1311843 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Associated Data Services, LLP 13 0.00 Open Hospital & Health Care Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM In today’s healthcare environment, billions of transactions are exchanged each year through a network of complex and costly channels. This environment is fragmented and extremely dependent on information exchange. Duplication is rampant and costly. Did you know the average cost to manually process one paper Explanation of Benefits (EOB) ranges from $5 to $10? If the insurance company/claims clearing house has that data in a print file, doesn't it make sense that the same data can be transmitted electronically to a healthcare provider? So why would any provider or medical billing company choose to have the that critical and confidential data sent through the mail system where it is vulnerable to fraudulent interception, delivery delays etc. Why should the patient community be required to absorb the costs associated with office staff, opening, extracting, sorting and manually data entering data that is readily available in an eletronic format. Imagine the same data that has to be manually keyed available for posting to the providers billing system can be automatically updated on a daily basis without those added costs! Isn't it time to save money in the healthcare sector and contribute to controlling costs rather than adding to them? To get the conversation started, please call John Stanton at (603) 714-2060 or email me at: johnstanton@aassociateddataservices.com or Bill Dee at (603) 785-0930 or email him at: billdee@associateddataservices.com Health Care Equipment & Services
private:associateddataservicesllp-2 1311843 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Associated Data Services, LLP 13 0.00 Open Hospital & Health Care Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM In today’s healthcare environment, billions of transactions are exchanged each year through a network of complex and costly channels. This environment is fragmented and extremely dependent on information exchange. Duplication is rampant and costly. Did you know the average cost to manually process one paper Explanation of Benefits (EOB) ranges from $5 to $10? If the insurance company/claims clearing house has that data in a print file, doesn't it make sense that the same data can be transmitted electronically to a healthcare provider? So why would any provider or medical billing company choose to have the that critical and confidential data sent through the mail system where it is vulnerable to fraudulent interception, delivery delays etc. Why should the patient community be required to absorb the costs associated with office staff, opening, extracting, sorting and manually data entering data that is readily available in an eletronic format. Imagine the same data that has to be manually keyed available for posting to the providers billing system can be automatically updated on a daily basis without those added costs! Isn't it time to save money in the healthcare sector and contribute to controlling costs rather than adding to them? To get the conversation started, please call John Stanton at (603) 714-2060 or email me at: johnstanton@aassociateddataservices.com or Bill Dee at (603) 785-0930 or email him at: billdee@associateddataservices.com Health Care Equipment & Services

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