Revenue Services Firm To Provide Claims Management for AZ Special Ed Programs

PracticeMax has contracted with 12 Arizona school districts to provide its Direct Service Claiming (DSC) software. PracticeMax DSC is a Medicaid billing and claims management solution specially designed for special education programs.

A key feature of the software is an electronic medical record PracticeMax developed jointly with MediaNet Solutions, the maker of special education management software e-IEP PRO. The two can be used in conjunction with one another as an integrated solution to minimize duplication and errors and to streamline record keeping.

The districts that have signed with the company include: Avondale Elementary School District, Beaver Creek Elementary District, Buckeye Elementary School District, Cave Creek Unified School District, Colorado River Union High School District, Coolidge Unified School District, Creighton School District, Deer Valley Unified School District, Mayer Unified School District, Nogales Unified School District, Sedona-Oak Creek Joint Unified School District, and Winslow Unified School District.

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