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Software vendors in the news: Brightree, QS/1, Mediware


Brightreehas released its new Patient Financial Services solution, providing HME providers with enhanced live-call resources to streamline their patient payment process, including payment plan options, progress reporting and enrollment opportunities.

QS/1 seeks new leadership


SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Tammy Devine, president of QS/1, will retire later this year. Devine began her career at the company as a programmer, nearly 35 years ago. She became president in 2011 after holding a series of managerial roles, including executive vice president.

Billing systems get more sophisticate


The term “billing system” is becoming archaic. The technology that once served as automated claims processing for HME providers has evolved into a virtual control center with multi-dimensional capabilities.

J M Smith taps Turfe as top exec


SPARTANBURG, S.C. – A. Alan Turfe has been named the new CEO and chairman of the board for J M Smith, which owns QS/1 and other healthcare technology companies. Turfe succeeds William Cobb, long-time CEO and chairman.

QS/1 charts 'new direction'


SPARTANBURG, S.C. – For QS/1, it was a new product launch that was the push that shoved the software vendor to rebrand with a new logo and website.

Short takes: QS/1, BraunAbility, RESNA


QS/1 has received certification under the latest Payment Application Data Security Standard version 3.1, used to ensure safety through payment applications.

In brief: CMS backpedals on miscellaneous codes, posts DMEPOS data dump


BALTIMORE – CMS has scrapped plans to discontinue several codes for miscellaneous DME.

QS/1 introduces new look


SPARTANBURG, S.C. – QS/1 has revamped its image with a fresh new logo and website. “Rebranding is not something a company does lightly,” said Tammy Devine, president, in a release.

QS/1 launches documentation tool for pharmacies


SPARTANBURG, S.C. – QS/1 has released a tool to help pharmacies better serve Medicare Part B customers, and comply with regulations and audits, according to a press release.