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Brightree cracks the top 100

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06/20/2013

ATLANTA – Brightree debuted at No. 79 on the Healthcare Informatics 100 list, a ranking of the top healthcare IT companies in the U.S. based on revenue during the past fiscal year, according to a press release.

Brightree taps new chief revenue officer

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05/01/2013

ATLANTA, Ga. – Brightree, a provider of billing and software services for the HME industry, has named Rob Boeye as its chief revenue officer, according to a press release. Prior to joining Brightree, Boeye served as vice president for Invacare Corporation.

In brief: AAH president to depart, Cardinal seals deal

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03/22/2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tyler Wilson, president and CEO of AAHomecare, will leave the association in September, when his employment contract expires, according to a press release.

Brightree launches new software at Medtrade Spring

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03/20/2013

ATLANTA – Brightree No-Touch Workflows software will allow users to improve workflow through payer-product rules and increased automation in the Brightree patient platform, according to a press release.

Brightree bull's-eye expands beyond HME

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01/04/2013

ATLANTA – Brightree is poised to become a bigger presence in the post-acute care market now that it has acquired a home health and hospice software company, and it has home infusion and pharmacy applications in the works.

Brightree buys CareAnyware

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01/04/2013

ATLANTA – Brightree has acquired CareAnyware, a Raleigh, N.C.-based home health and hospice software provider, according to a press release.

Provider files suit against Brightree

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01/03/2013

MADISON, Wis. – Family Care Medical Services is suing Brightree, an Atlanta-based HME billing service, for allegedly failing to make adequate efforts to collect debt on behalf of the company, according to an article in the Madison-St. Clair Record.

Speaker spotlight: Prepare for perfect storm

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09/25/2012

The numbers aren’t surprising. More than 50% of provider CEOs report at least a 25% increase in audits. The average number of full-time employees required just to chase down payments has risen from 1.5 to 2.5.

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