MedPro Systems and Chrome River Announce Integration into Chrome River EXPENSE

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MedPro’s DirectID – Chrome River allows real-time data access to the 14 million-record MedProID® database

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In addition to Chrome River’s current ability to access the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) healthcare database records, the new MedPro integration provides an enhancement to this feature by allowing customers to instantly access the MedPro records.

Chrome River Technologies, a leading provider of online expense reporting and automated invoice processing software, today announced a partnership with MedPro Systems®, a healthcare licensing solution for pharmaceutical and device industries. The partnership allows Chrome River customers to directly access practitioners’ records instantly from within Chrome River EXPENSE via MedPro’s DirectID – Chrome River. This provides users with the ability to quickly associate expenses with a specific practitioner to meet the National Physician Payment Transparency Program: Open Payments (Sunshine Act) reporting requirements.

In addition to Chrome River’s current ability to access the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) healthcare database records, the new MedPro integration provides an enhancement to this feature by allowing customers to instantly access the MedPro records.

By integrating MedPro Systems’ MedProID® Healthcare Provider (HCP) database into Chrome River EXPENSE, customers are provided access to more than 14 million HCP and HCO records from the most comprehensive and up-to-date source of healthcare data available, drawing from 800+ State License Boards, plus DEA, AMA, NPI, and CDS sources. To ensure information is accurate and current, MedPro Systems obtains state license data from the appropriate licensing agencies on a regularly-scheduled basis. The information is cross-referenced with other industry data sources to provide the foundation for reliable license validation.

Chrome River EXPENSE simplifies the creation of expense reports and proper assignment of expenses related to healthcare professionals. Users are able to perform easy, real-time searches of healthcare providers as expenses are being entered.

Providing users quick access to these searchable records during expense entry eliminates massive reclassification efforts prior to federal and state report filing. Further, since the expenses have already been associated with the comprehensive MedPro database records, all of the additional data needed to support the Open Payments reporting requirements is immediately available. The benefits of the MedPro’s DirectID – Chrome River offering extends beyond accurate data searches. It also helps customers complete the complex aggregate spend compliance reporting required by both the federal government and a growing list of states.

In addition to helping customers with Open Payments compliance, Chrome River assists customers across a wide variety of industries create efficiency, transparency and controls while managing their own expenses. Chrome River simplifies expense intake, compliance, and approval workflow while integrating with financial systems, credit card data and online travel booking tools.

About Chrome River

Chrome River Technologies, Inc. provides expense reporting and supplier invoice automation solutions that combine the latest available internet technologies with a team of industry-leading implementation and support experts. Chrome River delivers immediate payback via a “Software as a Service” delivery model that requires no hardware, no software, and no long-term commitment. This service is easily configurable to meet the needs of organizations worldwide with complex expense management policies and collaborative approval processes. Request a demonstration today and locate additional information about Chrome River and its solutions by visiting the company website at http://www.chromeriver.com or by calling +1.888.781.0088.

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Connie Moser
Chrome River Technologies
Tel: 888.781.0088 x701
Email: connie.moser@chromeriver.com

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