Tyrone Hospital Selects Promantra for Revenue Cycle Management

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Critical Access Hospital turns to Promantra to decrease A/R Days, increase reimbursements, and decrease write-offs.

Promantra Inc., the company that is revolutionizing revenue cycle management in acute care, announced today that Tyrone Hospital, a critical access hospital in mid-state Pennsylvania, has selected Promantra’s revenue cycle management system to optimize billing and claims management in support of the rapidly changing healthcare industry.

"Implementing RCM solutions that will help us improve reimbursements and meet future payer requirements is essential to providing the necessary care that we provide to our patients,” said Steve Gildea, Tyrone Hospital CEO. “Promantra was a good choice because the company has a solid reputation for increasing reimbursements and decreasing write-offs”. Promantra will immediately assist Tyrone Hospital in improving its bottom line, making it more feasible to enhance patient care and add new technology to serve patients better.

"Critical access hospitals like Tyrone are experiencing challenges in these tough economic times, increasing their need to operate as efficiently as possible and capture every dollar earned," said Terry Kile, Promantra, Inc. VP, Sales-USA. “Tyrone Hospital is already beginning to see the effects of the 24/7 focus that Promantra is providing to turn outstanding receivables into cash”.

For the past ten years, Promantra has provided revenue cycle management solutions in acute and long term care, working with some of the largest providers in US health care. Promantra presently provides tactical solutions in eligibility verification, medical transcription, medical coding and claims management for hospitals, surgery centers, medical practices and long term care providers across the US.

To learn how Promantra can deliver revenue cycle management for you, visit http://www.Promantra.net or call Terry Kile at 717-598-8970, terryk(at)promantra(dot)us.

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