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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