Avisena Named Minority Leading Innovator By Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce

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Revenue cycle management company Avisena has been named South Florida's Leading Innovator in the Marketplace among the top 100 minority businesses by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.

Avisena, a revenue cycle management company specializing in medical billing services and practice management software, was recently honored as the leading Innovator in the Marketplace among the top 100 Minority Business finalists by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce. A complete list of their medical practice management solutions is available at http://www.avisena.com.

"We are honored to have been selected for this esteemed award, especially given the extremely successful companies who were also nominated," said Albert Santalo, Avisena Chairman & CEO.

Awarded on March 18 at Jungle Island in Miami, Florida, the Top 100 Minority Business of the Year Awards recognizes the accomplishments of various minority operated businesses in the South Florida Market. Winners demonstrated achievements in overall growth, as well as excellence in innovation, employee training & development, commitment to diversity, corporate citizenship and future expansion plans.

Headquartered in Miami, Florida, Avisena is a revenue cycle management company that helps medical practices through practice management software, enabling them to collect more, spend less, and live better. Avisena's approach combines experienced medical professionals, highly efficient back-office processing services and industry-leading technology - resulting in the highest collection rates in the industry. Avisena currently serves physician practices nationwide with their medical billing software solutions, available at http://www.avisena.com

About Top 100 Minority Business of the Year:
100 of South Florida minority-owned businesses had the opportunity to be recognized for their achievements. The Top 100 Minority Business Awards program is designed to celebrate Miami's growing and diverse minority businesses as defined by federal guidelines. The 2008 Top 100 Minority Business of the Year is presented by Bank of America and sponsored by Johnson & Wales University College of Business, Florida International University College of Business Administration, ICG, Goldstein, Scheckter Koch, and Holsen, Inc.


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