Intermedix Acquires T-System’s Medical Billing Operations

Acquisition expands the company's presence in the emergency health care arena.

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Intermedix Corporation

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (PRWEB) June 10, 2014

Intermedix Corporation announced on Tuesday the acquisition of T-System’s medical billing business.

This acquisition continues the expansion of the market leading presence of Intermedix in emergency health care and revenue cycle solutions.

T-System’s medical billing business was established in 2012 and specializes in serving emergency and hospitalist physicians. T-System has refocused its efforts on further expanding and growing its existing clinical and coding initiatives.

“We have grown very familiar with the strong national leadership of Intermedix in emergency medicine revenue cycle management,” said Mark Horner, senior vice president at T-System. “We are confident that Intermedix has the people, processes and technology in place to deliver an outstanding client experience.”

Intermedix serves more than 350 emergency departments across the U.S. and processes more than seven million emergency visits annually.

In addition to revenue cycle management services, Intermedix offers a complete set of technology-enabled business services and practice management solutions, including human resources management, shift scheduling, accounting, legal services and strategic planning. The Intermedix customer portal provides clients with advanced technology solutions such as quality assurance, dashboards, benchmarking and patient satisfaction surveys that facilitate a focus on quality care.

“We are enthusiastic in welcoming the physician billing operations team and its clients to Intermedix,” said Intermedix President & CEO Doug Shamon. “We plan to introduce our proven business practices, client service methodologies and technologies into operations at a pace that balances stability and optimal performance.”

Jeff Smith, vice president of operations at Intermedix, will lead the Cerritos, Calif. operation and Randy Keller, executive vice president of operations at Intermedix will lead the Williamsburg, Va. operation. Horner will work closely with Smith and Keller during the transition.

About Intermedix

Intermedix delivers technology-enabled professional services to health care providers, government agencies and corporations. The company supports approximately 15,000 health care providers with comprehensive business and revenue cycle management services and connects more than 95 percent of the U.S. population and customers in 16 countries around the world with crisis management and emergency preparedness and response technologies. For more information, visit http://www.intermedix.com.

About T-System

T-System Inc. advances the practice of emergency medicine with solutions proven to solve clinical, financial, operational and regulatory challenges for hospitals and urgent care clinics. Approximately 40 percent of the nation's emergency departments leverage T-System solutions to provide an unmatched patient experience. Through gold-standard documentation, coding and performance-enhancing solutions, T-System optimizes care delivery from the front door through discharge and beyond. Today, more than 1,900 hospitals rely on T-System solutions. For more information, visit http://www.tsystem.com. Follow @TSystem on Twitter, or become a T-System fan on Facebook.


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