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Viant Appoints Keith Vangeison as Executive Vice President of Network Development
Date:11/19/2007

ions such as Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, Maine Partners Health Plan, HMO Maine and Patriot Life Insurance Company.

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Viant provides healthcare payment solutions through primary and supplemental networks, integrated network and contract management, specialized cost containment strategies and post payment recovery services focusing on timely, accurate and equitable payment for providers, payers and patients.


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