Source: Health Revenue Assurance Associates, Inc.

HRAA's Dr. Mike Gallagher to Speak at Duke University's Fourth Annual Informatics Conference

Dr. Gallagher Joins Panel of Nationally Recognized Healthcare Leaders to Address Electronic Health Record Benefits Realization

Plantation, April 8, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dr. Mike Gallagher, CMO/CMIO of Health Revenue Assurance Holdings Inc. (OTCBB: HRAA), a provider of technology and revenue integrity solutions for healthcare organizations, will present at the Duke Clinical Research Institute's (DCRI) Fourth Annual Informatics Conference taking place on April 10, 2013. The conference will be focused on the current debate surrounding the impact of electronic health record (EHR) implementation on healthcare costs and efficiency, and will address the issue of Return on Investment (ROI) vs. Return on Health (ROH).

Dr. Gallagher will join industry leaders for a panel discussion about deriving benefits from EHR implementation. The panel will address issues of how EHR data is providing valuable new tools for health, the wellness of patients, providers and payors through analytics. 

"In order to be able to adapt to the changing healthcare landscape with advancing technological and recording requirements, it is vital that healthcare organizations have the business intelligence tools needed to understand the impacts and returns on their businesses," said Dr. Gallagher. "Using big data to analyze the ROI vs. ROH is an important step for the healthcare industry as a whole and I'm honored to contribute to this discussion." 

As CMO/CMIO of HRAA, Dr. Gallagher is responsible for product development and management. He works with HRAA's team of experts to create technology solutions to help healthcare systems maintain revenue integrity via data analytics and business intelligence solutions. With more than 15 years of healthcare informatics experience, Dr. Gallagher has held a key role in producing innovative products to meet the evolving needs of the industry, from EHR implementation to the upcoming ICD-10 transition. He has most recently been instrumental in the development of HRAA's ICDVisualizerTM product, which is now in open enrollment for beta partners to trial.

Prior to joining HRAA, Dr. Gallagher served as the global thought leader for Health Informatics at GE Healthcare, developing solutions for population analytics, information governance and clinical quality.

The DCRI conference takes place at the Hilton Durham Hotel in Durham, NC and is attended by C-suite executives, senior executives, directors, physicians, researchers, professors and other healthcare professionals. DCRI's conferences provide forums where thought leaders from top healthcare organizations meet face-to-face to discuss the most relevant topics of the day facing the health sector.

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About HRAA
HRAA (OTCBB: HRAA) is a leading provider of revenue integrity technology and services for healthcare organizations across the US, interpreting data to ensure that healthcare is efficient and effective for everyone.  Founded in 2001 and based out of Plantation, FL, HRAA combines years of industry expertise with best-in-breed technology to create market leading business intelligence products and consulting services to improve the healthcare delivery experience for doctors, nurses and patients. HRAA offers the only full suite of solutions needed to keep up with the ever-changing healthcare industry, which include: data analytics software, business intelligence technology, medical coding, auditing, education, revenue cycle consulting, and ICD-10 transition solutions. For more information please visit:

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