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PORTECK Goes PINK in Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

      On October 16, as part of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Porteck Revenue Cycle Management located in Jericho hosted a PINK BAGEL Breakfast. Employees dressed in their PINK finest and received Breast Cancer Awareness ribbons and water bottles to emphasize how important early detection is. In addition, PINK RIBBON BAGELS were served from Panera Bread Bakery Café. A portion of the proceeds from each of those bagels was donated to help in the fight against breast cancer.

      Founded in 2002, Porteck is a New York based Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) company for healthcare providers. Providing innovative technology solutions combined with the dedication and professionalism of their 650 team employees makes Porteck a leader in healthcare RCM and claims processing.
      Their innovative RCM system is designed to maximize revenue while reducing operating expenses and creating an efficient workflow. Their ability to produce software customized for your needs or to integrate their solutions with existing systems is what places Porteck above the competition.
      The Porteck Corporation is located at 300 Jericho Quadrangle, Jericho, NY 11753. Contact their Jericho office at 516.847.8100 or their Manhattan office located at 260 Madison Avenue, 8th Floor, NY, NY by calling 212.203.4370. Visit them on the web at

Caring for Others During the Holiday Season

  Porteck Donates Over 500 Pounds of Food to Island Harvest!

      From November 3 to December 1, 2014, the Porteck Revenue Cycle Management Corporation conducted their first Annual Thanksgiving Holiday Food Drive. During this period Porteck employees and their families donated hundreds of non-perishable food items, which will help support the Island Harvest Food Bank. Aer Lingus , partnered with Porteck and also contributed to this worthy cause.
      On December 3, representatives from Island Harvest were on hand to not only pick up the overflowing boxes of food items, but to thank Porteck for their dedication to the community and the Island Harvest Food Bank. Porteck’s first food drive resulted in 500 pounds of food collected!
      “Island Harvest is exceptionally grateful for Porteck’s generous donation,” said Randi Shubin Dresner, president and CEO, Island Harvest Food Bank. “Their efforts will help us provide food to those in need on Long Island.”

      Island Harvest was created in 1992 by one woman with a cooler, a station wagon, and a strong desire to help people in need. Linda Breitstone, their founder, was infuriated that food from a local convenience store was being thrown away at the end of the day – with a safe house for women and children down the street. In response, she established Island Harvest and their mission, “to end hunger and reduce food waste on Long Island.”
      Since those early days, Island Harvest has become Long Island’s largest hunger relief organization. Their volunteers and staff now deliver millions of pounds of good, surplus food – much of which might otherwise go to waste – to a network of 570 Long Island-based food pantries, soup kitchens and other nonprofit organization that offer feeding services for those in need.

By doing this, they provide a vital supply of food to counter the sharply rising problem of hunger here.
      By aggressively recruiting more businesses and members of the public to donate food and pioneering innovative distribution methods, they have increased the volume of food we pick up and deliver by 2.5 times since 2002. Since their inception, they have delivered 71 million pounds of food, supplementing close to 66 million meals. Hunger awareness and education have long been a part of their programs, as they develop and strengthen key allies in their community.

      In recent years, they have begun to attack hunger in targeted and strategic ways. The most visible example of this is their Weekend Backpack Feeding Program.
      Piloted in 2006, this initiative provides 35,000+ packs of nutritious food to schoolchildren who rely on school lunches and breakfasts and may not receive solid meals on weekends. To learn more visit

Porteck Utilizes the Talented Workforce at Spectrum Designs to Create Team Shirts

      On February 20, Porteck Revenue Cycle Management, located in Jericho, visited Spectrum Designs in Port Washington to see their impressive facility and pick up their recently ordered Porteck Team shirts. To show appreciation for all the hard work that Porteck employees do, as well as to promote team enthusiasm, Porteck CEO Arvind Walia purchased monogrammed shirts for all of his employees. But, that purchase has far greater effects than one might think, because Spectrum Designs is a pretty unique and amazing place.
      Spectrum Designs, is a not for profit business that creates custom apparel and promotional items for special events, businesses and organizations. In order to produce those items, Spectrum fully engages individuals with autism spectrum disorders and similar developmental disabilities in all aspects of their production. They offer gainful employment and vocational training to individuals with special needs as well as actively work to raise awareness of the abilities and employability of these exceptional people.
      “I wanted to order Porteck shirts for my employees and when I learned about Spectrum Designs I was so impressed with their mission and work ethic, that they were a natural choice. Their products are exceptional and the quality of their work is outstanding. We are very happy with our order but even more delighted to be able to support this wonderful not for profit organization that is making lives better for so many,” stated Porteck CEO Arvind Walia.
      Porteck received a tour of the Spectrum facility and on February 23 distributed their new shirts to the delight of their employees. Pictured top left are some of the talented staff at Spectrum Designs, center the Porteck Team proudly wearing their new shirts and bottom left the wonderful work of Spectrum Designs.

Porteck Revenue Cycle Management Supports Big Brothers Big Sisters LI

      On Saturday, April 25, PORTECK Revenue Cycle Management participated in the “Walk for Kid’s Sake” 5K which is sponsored by Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Long Island.
      This annual event raised nearly $55,000 and will aid the number of children served through BBBSLI’s mentoring program. BBBSLI provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported, 1-to-1 mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
      Team PORTECK joined the 200 plus walkers who braved the chilly spring morning and came together at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow in support of mentoring on Long Island.
      “It was our honor to be a part of Big Brother Big Sisters “Walk for Kids Sake” 5K. The work that this organization does to help mentor children facing a variety of challenges is admirable and is making a positive difference in the lives of so many,” stated Arvind Walia, Porteck CEO.
      In addition to participating in the annual walk, Porteck RCM also hosted an extremely successful clothing drive in their Jericho office. Porteck employees brought in bag after bag of nearly new or new clothing for this worthwhile cause and on May 18, Big Brother Big Sisters LI visited Porteck to pick up all of the donations collected.

      Incorporated in 1977, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island (BBBSLI) has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to realize their endless potential. BBBSLI makes meaningful, professionally supported matches between adult volunteers (‘Bigs’) and children (‘Littles’).
      BBBSLI is a private, non-sectarian, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. Big Brothers Big Sisters International operates in 12 countries. Headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America is the oldest and largest youth mentoring organization in the United States.