More NewsHartford Health Care Implements Fleet’s PayMode Solution

Hartford Health Care Implements Fleet's PayMode Solution

U.S. based Hartford Health Care Corporation has chosen Fleet’s PayMode for electronic payments and remittance processing. PayMode will be implemented as part of a broad initiative Hartford Health Care is undertaking to lower costs and create a more efficient accounts payable function. Hartford Heath Care is focusing on the development of a ‘purchase-to-pay’ electronic data interchange (EDI)-based program, according to Fleet. PayMode will be utilized in the program as the underlying payment and remittance-processing mechanism for both EDI and non-EDI enabled suppliers, vendors and service providers. In addition to Hartford Hospital, Fleet will be initially implementing PayMode at a number of Hartford Health Care’s other acute care, non-acute care and behavior health affiliates and strategic partners.

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