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Anodyne’s proprietary Business Intelligence (BI) platform provides unprecedented visibility into all areas of the revenue cycle. We have taken all the characteristics that business users need, and that the status quo has failed to deliver, and packaged them into an industry-leading suite of data analysis and visualization tools for healthcare business professionals.
JefBar Ambulance Billing and Dispatching Software
JefBar is simply the best ambulance billing and dispatching software on the market today at an extremely affordable price.
Designed especially for your own ambulance/EMS company needs or for your Ambulance billing company. Want to do your own billing but are not sure about ICD coding and compliance. We recommend The Coding Network for outsourced medical coding and auditing services.
Our software continues to be improved every year. This year’s release includes a large number of improvements for in-house billing and for billing companies.
Plus many improvements to our existing Dispatching system and with newly released CAD 3.0 – dispatching will never be the same again. Its flexibility will make you feel like you have your own custom software.
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