LAKE MARY, Fla., Dec. 22 -- Access MediQuip, LLC, the nation's first and largest provider of outsourced implantable
"To meet the growing needs of our customers, we must continuously deliver innovative solutions to help them operate more efficiently," said Access MediQuip Executive Vice President of Operations Eric Pezzi. "We designed Partners in Focus to support our provider customers with robust, easy to use tools which provide clear reporting and tracking capabilities that complement our implantable device management services. These services benefit payers by providing increased control over costs and allow their physicians and members expanded access to implantable device technology."
This release includes real time data retrieval, search options, filtering, and data exporting capability. The new Partners in Focus portal enables providers who utilize Access MediQuip's implant management services to offer superior service to their patients and improve their operating efficiency, improving the quality of care and reducing costs. Partners in Focus is available free of charge to all Access MediQuip providers.
"I have found the Partners in Focus service to be a valuable tool which I use daily," says Revenue Director Terry Rajendran, Surgical Center at Premier. "When I need to know the status of an upcoming case, I simply log in and check for authorization. It even allows me to track all of my orders. The portal has saved us a significant amount of time and frustration."
About Access MediQuip
Access MediQuip was founded in 1997 and is the nation's first and largest provider of outsourced implantable medical device management solutions. The company works with thousands of payers, manufacturers and providers to manage the acquisition, financing and delivery of implantable medical devices such as orthopedic and spinal implants. The company is now headquartered in Lake Mary, Florida. For more information, please visit www.accessmediquip.com.
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