THE WOODLANDS, Texas, June 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Cardon Outreach is pleased to announce the re-launch of www.cardonoutreach.com on June 11, 2013. The newly redesigned website reflects Cardon Outreach's mission to reduce the financial burden of medical bills on Americans and on the healthcare providers who serve them.
The site offers a modern look and streamlined user experience, as well as, quick and easy access to essential information on Cardon Outreach's services and technology. It is divided into three sections: Providers, Individuals, and Partners. Each page provides detailed information on all three aspects, and guides users to the information they need to gain a comprehensive understanding of the ever-changing and complex U.S. healthcare system.
"Our innovative and fresh new website reflects the energy, professionalism and creativity that we bring to serving our mission," comments CEO Mark Robinson. "It is highly functional, enabling users to quickly and simply access the information or take the action that they need, and at the same time it is fun to use and creates a memorable experience."
This release is the first of a multi-phase process. The next phase will include more updates, expanded content, and interactive features, along with improved rendering on mobile devices.
For additional information, contact: Pamela Steward at 281-296-1771 extension 10095, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Cardon Outreach
Cardon Outreach has over 20 years of experience in recovering hospital revenues associated with underinsured and unfunded patients. Cardon Outreach offers a suite of services and technology solutions designed to aid healthcare facilities avoid costs, recover revenue, reduce operating and capital expenses, increase productivity, develop staff resources, and apply new strategies for revenue cycle management. Services offered by Cardon Outreach include: Medicaid Eligibility, Third-Party Liability, Appeals & Denials Management, Out-of-State Medicaid Enrollment and Billing, Disability Advocacy, and ACO Churn Mitigation.
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