|By Business Wire||
|June 25, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
HealthPort, the authority on the compliant exchange of protected health information (PHI) through release of information (ROI) and audit management, today announced the merger with ProTec Solutions, a release of information company based in Scottsdale, Arizona.
ProTec Solutions brings 25 years of ROI experience servicing Arizona, Kentucky and Ohio. This merger is focused on providing ProTec’s customers access to the largest, most secure network of distribution and automated technology available. “I am excited to continue to be involved with ProTec customers to provide the high-touch service that they are accustomed to while adding the automation, technology and stability of HealthPort,” says Gordon Chagrin, Chief Executive Officer of ProTec Solutions.
Merging with ProTec Solutions allows HealthPort to provide its new Members access to a unique and expansive distribution network, unsurpassed workforce and technology designed to process high volumes of PHI quickly and securely. “We look forward to working with Gordon Chagrin to support the transition and to ensure that we exceed our new Members’ release of information needs,” says Mike Labedz, President and Chief Executive Officer of HealthPort.
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