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NJHA Members Gain Insight into nTelagent's SPMS, the Retail Application for the Healthcare Industry, to Better Serve Self-Pay Patients, Improve Upfront Revenue Cycle Processes, Decrease Bad Debt and Ensure Compliance PRINCETON, N.J., May 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Across the state of New Jersey, hospitals are feeling the effects (http://www.njha.com/press/PressRelease.aspx?id=6981) of the sagging economy - from mounting bad debt and charity care, to service and staff reductions.
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Hospitals across the state of Texas can now take advantage of the necessary tools and technology to better manage the financial accounts of the patients they serve.
Hospitals and other healthcare providers around the country are struggling to improve the management of self-pay patient accounts, and nowhere is the need for a solution more urgent than in the emergency department.
Contrary to popular belief, the healthcare industry's bad debt problem can't be blamed solely on the uninsured, according to a just-published national study conducted by nTelagent, Inc.
Today Nashville-based nTelagent, Inc. announced the completion of a $1.7 million round of Series E convertible preferred shares.
Managing the accounts of uninsured and underinsured patients just became a little easier for hospitals and health systems throughout the state of South Carolina.
nTelagent, Inc. and Social Service Coordinators, Inc. (SSC) have announced a strategic partnership to ensure that every eligible healthcare patient receives the appropriate social services benefits.
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