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January 18, 2007

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joshgerson

I like your blog. Very useful information. Technology just seems to keep advancing and it looks like you are keeping up with that.

I have a question regarding the new technology and medical billing and coding. Do you know how these advancements will effect medical billing and coding?

http://medical-billing.com

joshgerson

I like your blog. Very useful information. Technology just seems to keep advancing and it looks like you are keeping up with that.

I have a question regarding the new technology and medical billing and coding. Do you know how these advancements will effect medical billing and coding?

http://medical-billing.com

Steve Beller, PhD

Thanks for you question.

Our technology would not affect the way data are stored in databases, nor would it affect data standards.

What we offer is an innovative way to incorporate billing data and codes in composite reports, distribute those reports as encrypted e-mail attachments, and view the reports interactively offline.

I hope this answers your question.

Thomas Goldman

Good to know how this affects medical billing and coding software. Thanks for the info.

TG

Steve Beller, PhD

Thomas - The CP Split technology can be used with any types of data, including billing and coding data.

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