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News Article | March 1, 2017
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Singular Payments, LLC, the only truly flat rate merchant services provider offering seamless credit card processing software integrations, is excited to announce their new custom integration with Sigmund Software’s intuitive behavioral health and addiction treatment EHR solution. Sigmund Software currently serves some of the largest behavioral health and addiction treatment centers in the country and is growing rapidly. This new payment processing integration is two-fold. First, it allows office staff to process payments and post them easily from inside the software at the time of care. And second, the payment integration leverages the patient portal technology of the combined platforms to streamline and reduce costs for processing invoices and collecting patient payments that remain outstanding after insurance claims have been adjudicated. This allows patients and administrators to log in and view invoices (current & historical), add/edit recurring payments and mobile wallet profiles, as well as process payments, run reports, and manage the overall billing and collections interface cost-effectively to improve cash flow. “We are very excited to have partnered with Singular Payments to provide our customers with more tools to enhance their revenue cycle management and customer experience process. As an enterprise software provider, we constantly strive to incorporate features and capabilities that automate and expedite processes. I believe that our partnership with Singular Payments reinforces that commitment,” said Matthew Prete, Vice President, Software Development for Sigmund. Vaden Landers, Chairman & Managing Partner of Singular Payments, added, “The opportunity to partner with a respected and successful player in the healthcare technology space is exciting and further demonstrates our commitment to delivering payment solutions that transcend traditional card acceptance. Custom integrations are the most effective way to address the revenue cycle management concerns faced by providers from the smallest practice to the largest hospitals.” Singular Payments and Sigmund Software are launching this new integration with a free webinar on Tuesday March 14th at 1pm EST. Register now to learn more. Attendees will receive a $25 Visa Gift Card for reviewing their flat rate credit card processing savings analysis with Singular Payments. About Singular Payments, LLC Singular Payments, LLC is the only truly flat rate merchant services provider offering custom software integrations, electronic bill presentment and payment through their Singular BillPAY platform, and credit card processing service to merchants nationwide. Call (877) 829-2170 for a free software integration evaluation or merchant services savings analysis. Or visit online at SingularPayments.com to learn more. About Sigmund Software Sigmund Software is a leading provider of enterprise software solutions for Behavioral Health, Social Service and Addiction Treatment Centers nationwide. This highly specialized software solution provides a suite of flexible features and cutting-edge automation to facilitate your process, enhance the quality of clinical documentation, increase productivity, ensure compliance, and shorten your AR cycle. Sigmund is ONC-ATCB Certified. Learn more at SigmundSoftware.com.


Patent
Singular | Date: 2015-11-23

The invention relates to methods of detecting a genetic variation in a genetic sample from a subject using labeled probes and counting the number of labels in the probes.


Patent
Singular | Date: 2015-07-22

Methods are provided for producing a molecular array comprising a plurality of molecules immoblised to a solid substrate at a density which allows individual immobilised molecules to be individually resolved, wherein each individual molecule in the array is spatially addressable and the identity of each molecule is known or determined prior to immobilization. The use of spatially addressable low density molecular arrays in single molecule detection and analysis techniques is also provided. Novel assays and methods are also provided.


Patent
Singular | Date: 2013-03-25

A processor or other device, such as a programmable and/or massively parallel processor or other device, includes processing elements designed to perform arithmetic operations (possibly but not necessarily including, for example, one or more of addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division) on numerical values of low precision but high dynamic range (LPHDR arithmetic). Such a processor or other device may, for example, be implemented on a single chip. Whether or not implemented on a single chip, the number of LPHDR arithmetic elements in the processor or other device in certain embodiments of the present invention significantly exceeds (e.g., by at least 20 more than three times) the number of arithmetic elements, if any, in the processor or other device which are designed to perform high dynamic range arithmetic of traditional precision (such as 32 bit or 64 bit floating point arithmetic).


Patent
Singular | Date: 2016-01-14

Methods are provided for producing a molecular array comprising a plurality of molecules immobilized to a solid substrate at a density which allows individual immobilised molecules to be individually resolved, wherein each individual molecule in the array is spatially addressable and the identity of each molecule is known or determined prior to immobilization. The use of spatially addressable low density molecular arrays in single molecule detection and analysis techniques is also provided. Novel assays and methods are also provided.


Patent
Singular | Date: 2015-01-22

The invention relates to methods of detecting a genetic variation in a genetic sample from a subject using labeled probes and counting the number of labels in the probes.


Patent
Singular | Date: 2015-02-06

Methods are provided for producing a molecular array comprising a plurality of molecules immoblised to a solid substrate at a density which allows individual immobilised molecules to be individually resolved, wherein each individual molecule in the array is spatially addressable and the identity of each molecule is known or determined prior to immobilisation. The use of spatially addressable low density molecular arrays in single molecule detection and analysis techniques is also provided. Novel assays and methods are also provided.


Patent
Singular | Date: 2016-01-27

Methods are provided for producing a molecular array comprising a plurality of molecules immobilised to a solid substrate at a density which allows individual immobilised molecules to be individually resolved, wherein each individual molecule in the array is spatially addressable and the identity of each molecule is known or determined prior to immobilization. The use of spatially addressable low density molecular arrays in single molecule detection and analysis techniques is also provided. Novel assays and methods are also provided.


The invention includes methods for optimally designing probes and analyzing data from sequence-by-hybridization and related methods of stretched molecules or other experimental approaches that provide local information.


Patent
Singular | Date: 2015-12-21

A processor or other device, such as a programmable and/or massively parallel processor or other device, includes processing elements designed to perform arithmetic operations (possibly but not necessarily including, for example, one or more of addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division) on numerical values of low precision but high dynamic range (LPHDR arithmetic). Such a processor or other device may, for example, be implemented on a single chip. Whether or not implemented on a single chip, the number of LPHDR arithmetic elements in the processor or other device in certain embodiments of the present invention significantly exceeds (e.g., by at least 20 more than three times) the number of arithmetic elements, if any, in the processor or other device which are designed to perform high dynamic range arithmetic of traditional precision (such as 32 bit or 64 bit floating point arithmetic).

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