Custom Software Development Company TopDevz Delivers A New Insurance Claims and Payment Processing System for A Leading Healthcare Consultant

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Oct. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — TopDevz, one of America’s fastest-growing custom software development companies, has announced the delivery of a new insurance claims and payment processing platform for medical practices to a leading healthcare management and consulting services provider.

TopDevz is a team of elite software developers, designers, project managers and quality assurance testers who live and work in the United States and Canada on some of the Nation's most sophisticated software development initiatives. (PRNewsfoto/TopDevz)
TopDevz is a team of elite software developers, designers, project managers and quality assurance testers who live and work in the United States and Canada on some of the Nation’s most sophisticated software development initiatives. (PRNewsfoto/TopDevz)

The Client

As a provider of consulting and management services for medical offices across the United States, this medium size company prides itself in handling day-to-day functions for its clients and allowing them to focus on their core business: providing exceptional healthcare. Specialized in audits, insurance claims processing and billing, they give their clients peace of mind and ensure they generate consistent cash flow and operate a successful practice.

The Challenge

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