Medfusion launches new RCM solutions, MedAssets shares rise 2.41% & more – 5 RCM company key notes

Here are five recent news updates on key companies providing healthcare revenue cycle management services.

Five brokers have given Leidos a one-year, consensus price target of $42, according to The Legacy.

Paul Julian, executive vice president with McKesson, sold 27,833 company shares for a total transaction value of $6.51 million, according to a Sleek Money report.

Company shares of MedAssets increased 2.41 percent over the last month and 2.04 percent over the past week.

Medfusion launched Medfusion Pay, a new suite of patient payment and revenue cycle management solutions. Medfusion Pay includes four key products geared toward facilitating co-pay collections and balance payments.

Skytron, a medical equipment supplier, partnered with healthcare technology company Mobile Aspects to add revenue cycle management solutions to its offerings.

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