Premier Colorado Springs Imaging Group Maintains In-House Billing, Signs Contract Renewal with Zotec Partners

Medical billing leader streamlines collections process, works seamlessly with group’s billing staff

INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Zotec Partners, an industry leader in medical billing, practice management and Radiology Information Systems (RIS) software and services, announces today that PENRAD Imaging, out of Colorado Springs, Colo., has inked a five-year contract renewal to continue licensing the company’s billing software. The group has been a Zotec Partners client since 2006.

The leader in freestanding radiology since 1978, PENRAD Imaging provides the most comprehensive radiology services available in Colorado Springs, Teller County, Eastern and Southern Colorado. Cutting-edge equipment and innovative applications enable the group to provide advanced radiology services accredited by the American College of Radiology. Seventeen local board-certified radiologists and a team of experts in a full range of specialties perform diagnostic services in convenient and comfortable office settings.

“Zotec Partners’ billing technology and system have enabled us to keep our accounts receivable days outstanding at or below industry standards,” said Bruce B. Minear, CEO of PENRAD Imaging.

Zotec Partners’ technology provides practices with an integrated set of software tools to reduce the costs of billing and maximize the potential for revenue. The Decision Support data mining module provides access to groups’ critical business data, allowing them to have the data they need at their fingertips to effectively manage and direct their businesses.

“Zotec Partners has more success in collecting from insurance companies than our competitors do because of our technology, and we are excited that PENRAD is continuing to put our software to work,” said Scott Law, president and CEO of Zotec Partners. “The flexibility of our campaigns and the automated effectiveness they bring to the billing process differentiate our technology from other billing service companies, and help assure that all variant payments and denials are aggressively pursued and successfully appealed.”

Zotec Partners is a solutions firm serving the hospital-based specialty market. The company offers a comprehensive suite of medical billing and practice management tools and services designed to make operations more efficient and productive in medical offices. Its flagship product, the Electronic Billing Center (EBC) practice management and billing software suite, serves 5,500 physicians in 45 states.

For more information about Zotec Partners, visit www.zotecpartners.com.

About Zotec Partners

Founded in 1998 by CEO, T. Scott Law, Zotec Partners is the Indianapolis-based industry leader in medical billing, practice management and Radiology Information Systems software and services. Zotec Partners is committed to the continual pursuit of excellence in the physician revenue cycle management industry by delivering effective solutions through its innovative software, personalized service and measurable client results. Currently, the company’s software and services are used by more than 5,500 physicians in 45 states. For press inquiries, contact Megan Lawler of Dittoe Public Relations at 317-202-2280 or [email protected]. For more information on Zotec Partners, visit http://www.zotecpartners.com/.



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