Patient Access Solutions, Inc., a provider of healthcare/financial processing technologies for the healthcare and home care industry today announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding in June with Dr. Muneer Imam, and Dr. Michael Gruttadauria to launch a new medical center in Freeport, NY.
The Center will offer innovative healthcare strategies for children with autism and additionally implement novel and effective strategies of rehabilitation for post-concussion syndrome and like syndromes. The Center will be run by two well renowned doctors from Long Island, New York. Dr. Muneer Imam and Dr. Michael Gruttadauria have individually accomplished great successes in both of these fields.
The official launch is projected for September 2012.
About Patient Access Solutions, Inc. (PAS)
Patient Access Solutions, Inc. (pashealth.com) is a Healthcare Solutions Company. Among these products are D-PAS, which is a state-of-the-art digital pen and paper technology based on Anoto technology, used to capture hand written information into digital forms along with offering EMR systems and PAS Data Center, which is a terminal solution that allows health care providers to quickly and easily determined benefit eligibility.
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