Zotec Partners Signs Contract with Award-Winning Los Angeles Hospital

Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital selects Zotec Partners to manage radiology department’s revenue cycle management

INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Zotec Partners, an industry leader in medical billing, practice management and Radiology Information Systems (RIS) software and services, announces today that Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital (PIH), in Whittier, Calif., has signed a services contract with the company to manage revenue cycle management for its radiology department. PIH was named in 2011 as one of the best hospitals in Los Angeles in US News & World Report's “Best Hospitals Metro Area” rankings.

“Zotec Partners will provide us with radiology-specific billing expertise and robust practice management reporting tools that will meet the needs of the hospital and radiologists,” said Perry Ebeltoft, administrator of ancillary services of Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital.

The radiology imaging department at PIH offers patients a comprehensive array of imaging services and advanced procedures to diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions. These services include: bone density, CT, diagnostic X-ray, interventional radiology, MRI, nuclear medicine, PET/CT, PICC line placement and ultrasound. A number of special procedures are also offered, including diagnostic and interventional angiography, vertebroplasty/kyphoplasty and radio frequency ablation.

PIH recently celebrated 50 years in the community. The 3,000 staff members and 600 physicians and specialists at PIH provide services to the region’s nearly 1.5 million residents, and fulfill the hospital’s promise to consistently deliver high-quality healthcare, always with the patient in mind.

“The administration and physicians at PIH have been very collaborative,” said Steve Collins, director of business development for Zotec Partners. “They are, as a team, focused on finding the best business solutions.”

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 practice management and billing software suite, serves 5,500 physicians nationwide.

“I consulted with several radiology colleagues regarding Zotec Partners, and they were all eager to share their positive experiences,” said William Shanahan, MD, medical director of radiology for Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital. “We are pleased with the selection of Zotec and look forward to a positive working relationship.”

Zotec Partners is headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind., and has offices in Dallas and Tyler, Texas, Las Vegas, Nev., Irvine and San Diego, Calif., Orlando, Fla., Chicago, Ill., Norman, Oklahoma City and Enid, Okla., and Pueblo, Colo.

For more information about Zotec Partners, visit www.zotecpartners.com. To learn more about Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, visit http://pih.net/.

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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