The patient and financial management software company, OrthoFi, LLC, will collaborate with Gaidge, LLC, a business intelligence and practice analytics company, to launch a clinical performance metrics platform. The software will power analytics based on patient and financial data and practice insights.
The software integration is intended to help analyze data and find practice management solutions and offer a single system for entering patient and financial data.
"Our mission is to help orthodontists start more smiles, and providing actionable data is a part of that mission. Partnering with Gaige connects our practices to rich insights about their overall performance and significantly enhances their user experience. We are thrilled to offer this new benefit to our loyal customers and the growing number of Gaige clients in the market. We believe this powerful combination of industry-leading solutions will help better position practices to face the rapidly changing landscape and market trends of the orthodontic industry. We encourage every practice to try it," said David Ternan, CEO of OrthoFi.
OrthoFi is an innovative, tech-enabled solution that helps Orthodontists start more patients and give them more time to provide excellent quality care. With the recent acquisition of OrthoBanc, OrthoFi is now the US orthodontic industry leader in practice financial management, working with over 2,000 practices in the US. Collectively with OrthoBanc, OrthoFi has helped over 3.2 Million patients access quality, affordable orthodontic care. Our combination of cutting-edge Customer Relationship Management software and robust Revenue Cycle Management solutions helps practices grow by over 13% YOY and manages patient and insurance billing and collections with exceptional collection results that exceed industry standards. OrthoFi is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, and is owned by Accel-KKR, a leading technology-focused private equity firm headquartered in Menlo Park, California.
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