Tallahassee, FL. (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
Exchange EDI, LLC, a leading healthcare cash flow and payments management company announced today a strategic partnership has been established with RecordQuest, Inc., a leading healthcare Release of Information (ROI) company.
“I am pleased to announce that Exchange EDI and RecordQuest have entered into a strategic partnership that leverages the market presence and distribution channels of both companies.” stated B. P. Fulmer, Managing Partner of Exchange EDI. “Of particular interest to me is, while both companies are engaged in fostering process efficiency and change in the healthcare market, we have a common attitude that we must change paradigms, not just make incremental changes around the margins.”
Matthew Dailey, CEO of RecordQuest added, “We have felt for some time that healthcare administrative efficiency is a very broad market with many opportunities. Partnering with a company such as Exchange EDI, with a common market change philosophy, strengthens both companies and provides higher levels of services to our clients.”
About RecordQuest, Inc.
Based in Charleston, South Carolina, RecordQuest was established in 2006 as the product and vision of a group of health information management and technology professionals that set out to simplify the tedious Release of Information (ROI) process for the healthcare industry. The RecordQuest Electronic Patient Information Exchange (ePIX) software automates the ROI function for Healthcare Facilities and seamlessly integrates with all Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems, streamlining workflow and increasing efficiency, increasing staff productivity, reducing expenses and enhancing compliance while maximizing revenue & profitability.
About Exchange EDI, LLC
Founded in 2009, Exchange EDI is focused on developing intelligent technology solutions that integrate health and financial transactions into a single process, delivering real-time information at the point-of-care to accelerate the patient cash flow management process while reducing costs and securing accurate payment from payers.