Medkinetics Launches New Informational Website

Franklin, TN (August 20, 2012) - Medkinetics, innovator of solutions to meet the dynamic demands of Provider Credentialing, Privileging and Quality Performance Improvement, has launched a new website initiative reflective of the company's advanced applications.

Since its founding in 2000, Medkinetics has led the evolution of modernizing applications to effectively manage the entire provider lifecycle. The new Medkinetics Thought Leadership Blog has been created to share best practices and ideas for streamlining and automating Credentialing, Privileging, and Quality Performance Improvement including Peer Review and FPPE/OPPE reporting. 

Founded by Jim Cox, author of numerous technology patents and a graduate of MIT in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, and supported through an exclusive partnership with Horty Springer, the US' leading healthcare law firm since 1971, Medkinetics harnesses Horty Springer protocols for credentialing, privileging, quality performance, and peer review.

With numerous awards, including the Dell/National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Small Business Excellence Award for "its trailblazing work to automate the laborious process of physician credentialing, hospital privileging and peer review," Medkinetics has become known as the gold standard. Other awards and citations include the Nashville Business Journal's Healthcare 100 and the Department of Veterans Affairs Contract for Hospital Privilege Tools.

About Medkinetics, LLC (now symplr)

Medkinetics creates innovative software tools to solve complex problems. Our products reflect our pioneering spirit and are known for flexibility, simplicity and compliance. We are focused on creating powerful tools that hospitals, physicians, and staff can apply to standardize and automate healthcare’s complex administrative workflows. To learn more about our company’s suite of solutions, please visit

For more information contact Carrie Ward, cward@symplr.com832-407-5347


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