ORLANDO, Fla., Aug. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CollaborateMD (CMD), a leading provider of innovative and intelligent cloud-based revenue cycle management solutions, continues to impress customers with more time saving software improvements. CollaborateMD is proud to display the newest software version at the HBMA Annual Conference in Las Vegas, September 10-12, 2015.
A few of CMD's new innovative features will include:
- New and improved color-duplexed Patient-Friendly Statements that result in accelerated patient collections;
- Innovative Interface Tracking feature which simplifies the way users can easily search and manage data sent between CMD and a third party electronic health record vendor;
- Next Generation Patient Record Locking which results in significantly improved business productivity – especially for large employee offices;
- New Worker's Compensation, Property and Casualty Claim Attachments feature allowing users to streamline and expedite supporting documentation.
"Everyone here at CMD is excited to showcase our newest version at the HBMA conference in September," said Douglas Kegler, founder and CEO of CollaborateMD. "Even after 15 years, we still continue to make significant improvements with each release and more importantly, hearing from our customers the positive impact the improvement's make on their business operations."
Along with the internal CMD software initiatives, CMD incorporates numerous user requested enhancements with each release based on input received through their crowd sourcing tools.
For more information on CollaborateMD, please visit http://www.collaboratemd.com
Since 1999, CollaborateMD's innovative and intelligent cloud-based healthcare software platform has contributed to the financial and operational success of thousands of medical practices and medical billing services nationwide. CollaborateMD's solution, with its simplicity, intelligence, awesome support, and 99% first pass claim rate, has been used by thousands of medical providers to process over 24 billion worth in medical claims.