NarrativePRO to Display Software at the Arkansas EMS Expo

NarrativePRO to Display Software at the Arkansas EMS Expo

Press Release Apr 16, 2012

April 13, 2012

ST. LOUIS, MO—NarrativePRO will be in Littlerock, AR, from April 24-26, showcasing the NarrativePRO narrative writing software at the Arkansas EMS Expo. NarrativePRO’s representatives will be on hand to answer questions, demonstrate capabilities and provide information about the narrative writing software.

EMS professionals around the country trust NarrativePRO’s software to help save substantial time on both writing high-quality narrative reports and processing billing and claims with increased efficiency over handwritten or form documents. EMS organizations have noticed increased revenues by reduced claims denials from complete, thorough and accurate reporting, which over a short period of time can lead to substantial savings and incremental revenues.

NarrativePRO representatives will be demonstrating the NarrativePRO 2012 software for attendees to evaluate. Stop by the NarrativePRO booth for a product demonstration.

For more information, go to http://www.narrativepro.com.

To schedule a one-on-one appointment with a NarrativePRO representative during the event, send an e-mail to E-CMSLeads@powerofcms.com

About The Arkansas Ambulance Association

The Arkansas Ambulance Association (ArAA) is a professional trade organization for EMS and mobile health care providers in Arkansas. The ArAA is committed to promoting excellence in emergency medical services and mobile health care transportation. Members work collaboratively to find better ways to serve others. For more information, visit www.aaaintouch.com.

About NarrativePRO
NarrativePRO develops narrative writing software and is best known for its EMS software, NarrativePRO 2012. NarrativePRO serves the emergency services community by working as an “add-on” program to any ePCR, including paper reports, for concise, convenient and accurate reporting and billing. See more at www.narrativepro.com.

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