MedCom USA Selects Hypercom Card Terminal and Technology

Wednesday 7 April 2004 09:00 CET | News

MedCom USA has chosen and is rolling out Hypercoms newest high-speed card transaction technology terminal and newest generation high-speed network access controller. MedCom USAs health care providers who electronically verify patient eligibility and complete claims processing, approvals and payments on POS devices can now enjoy even faster response times. Hypercoms solution for MedCom USA is centered on the Hypercom T7Plus transaction terminal and software, as well as the global payment technology leaders robust, ultra high density MegaNAC 180 Network Access Controllers. Known for easy use, intuitive functionality, high security and dependability, the T7Plus proprietary application for MedCom USA powered by a 56k modem, can be updated to include new insurance carriers or other program enhancements in 30 seconds or less. The proprietary MedCom System with Hypercom T7Plus card payment technology allows participating healthcare providers to verify patient eligibility electronically in approximately 30 seconds. Heres how it works. The office manager simply swipes the patients insurance card or enters the data on the terminals keypad. After keying in the information on the insurance payer specific prompts, the transaction is sent. The data is immediately and securely transmitted to one of MedCom USAs secure third-party clearinghouse partners, where it is switched to the appropriate insurance payer and verified. The T7Plus with high speed SureLoad printer technology then prints out all the eligibility information, which is then placed in the patients file. Its as simple, and easy, as that. The MedCom System is HIPAA compliant and helps Healthcare professionals meet the standards required by this Act. Further details of the system and the services provided are available at

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