IMAGINE Software Unveils Advanced IMAGINEradiologyTM Features

Charlotte, NC (PressExposure) June 03, 2009 -- IMAGINE Software, a leading provider of medical billing solutions, recently revealed its newest features implemented within the IMAGINEradiologyTM practice management system at the IMAGINE 2009 I-Experience User Conference on April 19-21.

The system received a number of new features, enhancements and modules, including IMAGINE AppV, that allows for easy deployment and maintenance distribution through application virtualization; "I-Connect," which provides mobile access, key performance indicators, management alerts, email integrated work list distribution, and bi-directional physician messaging; "I-Recognize," an A/R management and follow-up routing tool with full voiceover IP integration; "I-Simplify," a total payer integration that includes proactive eligibility checks and real-time claim status inquiry, as well as an IMAGINEapplianceTM enabled automated account flagging and exception removal feature for enhanced "straight-to-clean-claim" submission; "I-Intelligence," a suite of business intelligence tools featuring Snapshot Trending, Cash Flow Prediction with standard deviation, Human Capital Management that allows for productivity measurement and cost /benefit analysis, and a Scorecard Metrics Wizard that gives clients the ability to measure and score any data point in the system.

In addition to the more than 200 standard reports presently in the system, One Source Reporting also received two new reporting tools, Flex Reporting and Free Form Reporting, both of which permit clients to create and format their own reports that can be added to the IMAGINEapplianceTM to prepare automatically.

"IMAGINE is truly based on our clients' needs, ideas, and on proactive anticipation of market dynamics," stated Sam Khashman, CEO of IMAGINE Software. "We are constantly looking for ways to advance the IMAGINEradiologyTM system with capabilities which will benefit users on a daily basis."

"The idea behind these enhancements is to give our clients more than just the information they require," said Charles Kauffman, vice president of Software Engineering at IMAGINE. "We try to effectively solve the issues that our market presents by pushing the technology envelope everyday."

IMAGINE is also integrating specific features with its partners, including Data Media Associates, Business Revenue Systems, Inc., RealMed, ZirMed, Inc., Moneris Solutions and LarsonAllen LLP, all of which displayed their product offerings at 2009 I-Experience. The integrations will help mutual clients realize the benefits of increased productivity and information clarity from their current vendors.

About IMAGINE Software

About Technology Partners (dba IMAGINE Software) and IMAGINEradiologyâ„¢
Technology Partners has led the way in developing and supporting automated medical business management solutions for nine years with its flagship product, IMAGINEradiologyâ„¢. A wide range of Microsoft-based office tools and features makes integration and conversion to IMAGINEradiologyâ„¢ easy. The IMAGINEradiologyâ„¢ System has been heralded for its ability to streamline billing/collections workflow, improve staff productivity and increase practice profitability with an unsurpassed billing engine and collections automation that reduces the lifecycle of claims. IMAGINEradiologyâ„¢ offers its own advanced document imaging technology, an Auto Coder feature, EOB Reader, and direct-to-payer claims submissions, as well as electronic remittance. The IMAGINEradiologyâ„¢ team offers highly acclaimed products and services that have revolutionized the way practices and billing offices do business. With the full support of its customers, leadership, and partners, TPI provides innovative products that expand to accommodate the changing needs of today's medical practices. For further information, visit http://www.imagineteam.com


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Press Release Submitted On: June 03, 2009 at 2:20 pm
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