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How Sherry Stewart Deutschmann said goodbye to the company she founded

NASHVILLE — Sherry Stewart Deutschmann's voice caught with tears more than once Friday afternoon as she, during a break from packing up her office, told me about the decision to sell LetterLogic, her patient billing and printing company. It was "the right time to sell" for a variety of reasons, Deutschmann said, including increased activity around the revenue cycle management space in health care and LetterLogic's need to up its game as far as technology.
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