Office Ally Names Daniel Wojta Director of eSolutions and Business Development

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Daniel Wojta has been appointed director of eSolutions and business development for , effective immediately. Office Ally is the only organization in the country offering healthcare providers a full suite of revenue-cycle management services.

In his new role Wojta will be responsible for helping to further Office Ally’s leadership position in , real-time clinical messaging, practice management, clearinghouse solutions and other developing electronic functionality. He will represent the company at various industry gatherings and in interactions with existing and potential customers including health plans, facilities, physicians and RECs – regional extension centers that receive federal funding to assist healthcare providers with the selection and implementation of electronic health record technology.

“Daniel brings to Office Ally a vast and deep knowledge of the healthcare industry coupled with more than a decade of experience in building, promoting and managing electronic data interchange (EDI) functionality with a major payer and vendors,” said Brian O’Neill, president and CEO of Office Ally. “We are looking forward to Daniel making substantial contributions in helping Office Ally continue to grow its presence in markets around the country while we provide increasing value to our customers.”

Wojta comes to Office Ally from United Healthcare where he worked in a variety of capacities including serving as the regional deployment lead and business analyst of eSolutions sales and marketing for United HealthCare’s online portal and EDI functionality. He holds a degree from the University of Wisconsin and has been a member of the Medical Group Management Association and the Health Information and Management Systems Society.

Office Ally is the only organization in the country offering healthcare providers a full complement of revenue-cycle management services including a patient portal, electronic health records, a practice management system, a clearinghouse and a billing service all under one company. Founded in 2000, the company currently works with more than 200,000 providers, 860 facilities and 5,600 insurance carriers in all 50 states. It also houses eligibility for over 400 IPAs and health plans. Its complete suite of interactive ASP Internet-based solutions include a patient health registry – Patient Ally™, electronic health records – EHR 24/7™, practice management – Practice Mate™, clearinghouse, real-time clinical messaging and case management – Case Mate™. All of Office Ally’s products and services are offered at minimal or NO COST to providers, with customer and technical support available 24/7. Further information may be obtained at .

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