Alpha II joins Healthcare Administrative Technology Association as vendor partner

Alpha II,  a developer of software platforms, software-as-a-service and publications that support the healthcare revenue cycle, announced that it has joined the Healthcare Administrative Technology Association (HATA). In Alpha II’s role as a vendor partner, the company will contribute revenue cycle management expertise to the member base including guidance on ICD-10 readiness and Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) challenges.

“Alpha II has always been deeply committed to advancing the healthcare industry through better management of the revenue cycle, and HATA enables us to share our knowledge and experience in a channel that makes a collective difference,” said Jan Powell, CEO of Alpha II. “We put great emphasis on the importance of our diverse association partnerships, industry accreditations, and our involvement in thought leadership and educational conferences.”

HATA is a unifying voice for practice management system organizations collaborating to effectively solve industry issues and achieve the promise of healthcare administrative technology. Membership provides education and resources that support individual organizations and through this shared strength, seeks to advance the industry as a whole.

“Alpha II brings decades of health IT expertise to our association. With the company’s extensive background on a number of high-priority healthcare issues, Alpha II will provide tremendous value to HATA’s membership base,” said HATA Executive Director, Tim McMullen, JD, CAE. “We look forward to partnering with them to share our combined knowledge and resources so HATA members can continue to be at the forefront of healthcare IT and the ever-mounting challenges that surround the revenue cycle.”

Alpha II recently launched its PQRS registry service in 2015 and has been qualified by The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for the 2014 and 2015 PQRS reporting years. Alpha II and HATA are in preliminary discussions to develop future summits and webinars to address important industry topics including PQRS to leverage their unique expertise.

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