alleviant


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Synonyms for alleviant

remedy that alleviates pain without curing

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With mounting pressure to reduce costs and cope with shifting reimbursement regulations, Alleviant allows health systems and physician organizations to focus on their patients and the communities that they serve by contracting with Alleviant to perform their physician billing and collections activities and assume the administrative headaches, costs and time sensitivities related to getting paid.
At the same time, unlike many of Alleviant's competitors, Alleviant teams with clients to leverage the clients' existing resources, investments and platforms, allowing physician organizations to maintain control of their data.
With the power of Navigant behind it, Alleviant is a problem solver, not just another outsourced vendor," said Alex Hunter, Managing Director and a Navigant Healthcare practice leader.
Addressing a joint conference of the Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of High Courts at the Vigyan Bhavan here on Sunday, Veerappa Moily said: "We must also realize that effective justice delivery mechanisms are substantial alleviants for social tensions and, in fact, go a long way in bringing about equanimity, restoring faith in the rule of law, and above all, in the very essentials of a democratic way of life.
And while there is no question that recognizing hunger and recognizing alleviants for it may vary historically and culturally (e.