Veradigm Announces New and Expanded Provider Partnerships
One of Veradigm’s largest Veradigm EHR clients, State of
Also, during the quarter, Total Orthopedics and Sports Medicine contracted for Veradigm Revenue Cycle Services, Veradigm Payerpath, Veradigm Guided Scheduling and Veradigm FollowMyHealth to enhance their patient experience and billing process. Total Orthopedics is a 40-provider orthopedic, spine, and sports medicine group with multiple locations in the greater
Veradigm’s breadth of technology and services offered to small, medium and large ambulatory practices has helped drive growth across the business. “We are uniquely positioned to support the needs of primary care and specialty practices. Providers continue to select solutions within the Veradigm Network to optimize operational efficiency, improve productivity, and increase collections,” said
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