Representing 12 of the nation’s physician practice management vendors that serve more than 300,000 providers, the Healthcare Administrative Technology Association is pushing its members to become accredited for meeting best practices for business functions and technology prowess.

Under a partnership with the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission, HATA members are being offered discounts for getting accredited under a process that can take up to a year. EHNAC application fees are being discounted by $400 for vendors with less than $75 million in annual revenue, with a $600 discount for larger firms. Further, HATA will discount by 25 percent its annual dues for members who have applied for EHNAC accreditation, and will offer a 10 percent discount on renewal memberships of companies that maintain their accreditation.

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