Thursday, July 13, 2006


This press release came out last month, but I thought it was interesting. SV

IRVINE, CA – June 15, 2006 - According to industry experts, doctors lose the opportunity to collect as much as $100,000 in billings each year due to imprecise and antiquated practice management. With the insurance industry’s reimbursement system under pressure, staff turnover costs increasing, patient loads escalating and unbilled procedures slipping through the cracks, it’s no wonder practices are hemorrhaging money.

In response, leading practice management services company Alteer Corporation today extends an unprecedented offer in the healthcare IT industry: unless a medical practice increases its bottom line by an agreed upon goal, the company will not charge for its best of breed Alteer Premiere™ software and services. “By predicating our fees on meeting the financial goals of our clients, we are offering the medical community a risk-free EMR system,” says Gene Barduson, Alteer’s Chief Executive Officer.


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