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GHN-Online average salary is $58,725, median salary is $58,725 with a salary range from $52,000 to $65,450.
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Financial Analyst 65,450-65,450 Dallas, TX, 75243 2010 GHN-Online Financial Analyst Salaries (1)
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Programmer Analyst 52,000-52,000 Dallas, TX, 75243 2010 GHN-Online Programmer Analyst Salaries (1)
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  • GHN-Online
  • Industry: Information Services
  • City: Dallas, TX
  • GHN was founded in 1996 by Azadeh Farahmand while she was providing business process improvement, productivity, redesign, and information technology consulting to the payer and provider community. During this process, she realized that existing healthcare electronic transactions services were not effectively addressing claims and revenue cycle and that many of these services were essentially facsimile-based with no added value. These poorly designed and executed services were creating a whole new host of issues for their users, including an increase in the providers days sales outstanding. In the following years, GHN developed the functional and technical design for the suite of