EDATA


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EDATAEastgate Development and Transportation Agency (est. 1973; Ohio)
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Fred Kumetz, founder and CEO of eData Services stated, "We are proud to announce a totally new option in medical office staffing via our new website medoffice.help Yup, that's the website.
eData Services is located in the "first time exhibitors" section by the Bistro - booth 875.
eData's Virtual Medical Assistants and Virtual Medical Scribes have invested the time to understand ICD-10 coding and are using those skills to convert physician Superbills from ICD-9 to ICD-10.
Since eData's Virtual Medical Assistants and Scribes still have extra capacity available, as a public service and for a limited time, they are offering ICD code conversion services for free to help doctors and private practices nationwide adjust their Superbills to the new requirements come October 1.
As chief executive officer of Total eData, Blankenship pocketed a tidy cut of the transaction, valued at between $10 million and $20 million.
Blankenship's heightened interest in real estate grew out of his desire to share the fruits of his financial success following the sale of Total eData.
eData's Chief Executive Officer, Fred Kumetz, stated:
The suit stemmed from a business relationship dating back to November 2000 in which Total eData matched e-mail addresses with people's names and physical addresses to develop marketing databases for Acxiom, according to the lawsuit.
By utilizing highly secure voice & data systems, and through intensive staff training, eData ensures your patient data handling fully complies with the Federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA)(2) and all other state and federal laws.