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medaptus Acquired by Volaris Group

Boston – November 17, 2020 – Today medaptus announced that it has been acquired by Volaris Group (Volaris). For over 20 years medaptus has applied information technology to solve problems that are common and costly to healthcare organizations. The company’s rich product portfolio includes professional and infusion revenue cycle solutions as well as patient assignment and throughput solutions. Volaris has…
wpengine
November 16, 2020
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medaptus Celebrates 20 Years of Health Technology Innovation

BOSTON, August 25, 2020 – For 20 years medaptus has applied information technology to solve problems that are common and costly to healthcare organizations. To mark its twentieth anniversary, the company recently provided an update on its extensive technology capabilities grounded in interoperability. medaptus was originally founded as a mobile computing company that was part of a robust wave of…
wpengine
August 25, 2020
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In the year 2000: mobile computing architects meet

As medaptus celebrates its 20th anniversary and looks back at our evolution over time, we thought it would be interesting to hear from some of our employees that have been here the longest. Two of our developers, Tim McCoy and Mark Brown, have actually been with the company the full twenty years! Tim and Mark both work out of the medaptus Raleigh,…
Jen Crowley
August 11, 2020
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Making Disparate EHR and Billing Systems Sing

In our 20 years of charge capture and revenue cycle management business, medaptus has seen firsthand how disparate systems that don’t easily share patient information create operational bottlenecks that are remedied with human resources and/or paper. Consider the clinic that loves its EHR and its billing system – but these systems are managed by different vendors. So they don’t easily…
Mark Czerlinsky
May 26, 2020
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The effects of EHR adoption on provider well-being

Physician burnout is a real thing. Tough conversations, public health crisis, patients lacking insurance – it’s no wonder so many health care providers feel totally and completely exhausted by their chosen profession. Earlier this week the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services revealed a new plan for combating clinician burnout. The report, “Strategy on Reducing Regulatory and Administrative Burden…
Jen Crowley
March 2, 2020
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