Unibased Systems Architecture selected as contracted supplier by Amerinet

Unibased Systems Architecture, Inc. (Unibased) has been selected by Amerinet, Inc. as a contracted supplier of process improvement and workflow enhancement solutions with ForSite2020®, a totally integrated comprehensive suite of enterprise solutions for pre-visit access management and business process improvement, dedicated to reducing costs and improving quality of care. The convergence of Unibased’s award-winning suite of solutions and the expansive GPO network of Amerinet will bring outstanding value to over 33,000 members.

Both Amerinet and Unibased Systems Architecture, located in the St. Louis, MO metro area, have a similar goal of providing solutions to reduce healthcare costs per service, expand access to services and improve quality through automation. This synergy of values that focus on integrity, innovation and commitment to quality is the forefront of the agreement and the backbone to the mission-critical solutions that will now be available to deliver the quality care that healthcare consumers deserve. John Vinarsky, MT, (ASCP) MBA, Amerinet’s Vice President of Executive Resources and Office Solutions, stated, “This agreement is significant to our members because they will now have more streamlined access to valuable revenue cycle management tools that will reduce inefficiencies and costs as well as improve patient safety and quality – all of which coincides with Amerinet’s core values and commitment to assist our member facilities to reduce costs and improve care.”

Larry Weigel, Unibased’s Senior Vice President and CFO, reiterates these values and Unibased’s mission by adding, “As a company that has always focused on our clients and strived to deliver the highest quality of enterprise solutions available as the #1 KLAS-rated solutions in our market segments for over 6 years, we are very excited about being a part of such a highly-rated GPO as Amerinet. Healthcare providers and consumers across the country will now benefit from the revenue cycle improvements made available from this collaboration, and we look forward to working with the exceptionally skilled personnel from Amerinet as well as the many opportunities this agreement will provide for both companies.”



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