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Chapin Revenue Cycle Management welcomes Mara Centanni to its growing team. In response to the demand created by its growing client base, Chapin, a professional services company focused on health care revenue cycle management solutions has added Mara as Project Management Director.

In response to the demand created by its growing client base, Chapin, a provider of healthcare revenue cycle management solutions has added Mara Centanni as Project Management Director.

Centanni brings extensive project management and managed care payer knowledge to Chapin, and is responsible for managing client engagements, including overseeing all aspects of project coordination.

Prior to joining Chapin, Centanni was a project manager and later the clinical appeals manager for 22 hospitals within HCA Patient Account Services in Palm Harbor, where she managed multiple projects including the migrations of the hospitals into the Patient Accounts Service Center. As the clinical appeals manager Mara oversaw the average monthly collections of three to four million dollars in overturned denials. Previously, she held a position as the manager of provider contracts for United Healthcare in Tampa, FL.

Centanni holds a BA degree in Psychology from the University of Miami.

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About Chapin Revenue Cycle Management
Based in Tampa, Fla., Chapin was founded in 2002 by professionals that average more than 20 years experience in the provider and payer industry. The principals of Chapin combined their extensive health care expertise to build a company that provides collections and accounts receivable services in a manner surpassing the available alternatives. Chapin's employees are provider and payer specialists with experience in business office operations, provider relations, contracting, claim adjudication, and collections. Chapin offers solutions in audit and recovery, accounts receivable management and managed care denials and underpayments.


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