ANCI Share Price

Open 1.22 Change Price %
High 1.52 1 Day 0.03 2.56
Low 1.17 1 Week 0.00 0.00
Close 1.20 1 Month 0.00 0.00
Volume 11772 1 Year 0.00 0.00
52 Week High 27.50
52 Week Low 0.00
ANCI Important Levels
Resistance 2 1.52
Resistance 1 1.39
Pivot 1.30
Support 1 1.01
Support 2 0.88
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American Caresource Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: ANCI)

ANCI Technical Analysis 5
As on 17th Sep 2015 ANCI Share Price closed @ 1.20 and we RECOMMEND Strong Sell for LONG-TERM with Stoploss of 2.36 & Strong Sell for SHORT-TERM with Stoploss of 1.59 we also expect STOCK to react on Following IMPORTANT LEVELS.
ANCI Target for February
1st Target up-side N/A
2nd Target up-side N/A
3rd Target up-side N/A
1st Target down-side N/A
2nd Target down-side N/A
3rd Target down-side N/A
ANCI Other Details
Segment EQ
Market Capital 9165673.00
Sector Healthcare
Industry Specialized Health Services
Offical website http://www.anci-care.com
ANCI Address
ANCI
5429 Lyndon B Johnson Freeway
Suite 850
Dallas, TX 75240
United States
Phone: 972-308-6830
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ANCI Business Profile
American CareSource Holdings, Inc. (ACS), incorporated on November 24, 2003, is an ancillary services company that offers access to national network of ancillary healthcare service providers. The Company sells its services to a number of healthcare companies, including third party administrators (TPAs), insurance companies, self-funded organizations, preferred provider organizations (PPOs) and various employee groups. The Company has assembled a network of ancillary healthcare service providers that supplement or support the care provided by hospitals and physicians and includes 31 service categories. Ancillary healthcare services include an array of services that supplement or support the care provided by hospitals and physicians, including the non-hospital, non-physician services associated with surgery centers, free-standing diagnostic imaging centers, home health and infusion, supply of durable medical equipment, orthotics and prosthetics, laboratory and other services. Ancillary healthcare services include, but are not limited to, Acupuncture, Cardiac Monitoring, Chiropractor, Diagnostic Imaging, Dialysis, Durable Medical Equipment, Genetic Testing, Hearing Aids, Home Health, Hospice, Implantable Devices, Infusion, Laboratory, Lithotripsy, Long-term Acute Care, Massage Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Orthotics and Prosthetics, Pain Management, Physical Therapy, Podiatry, Rehab: Outpatient, Rehab: Inpatient, Sleep, Nursing Facility, Surgery Center, Transportation, Urgent Care, Vision and Walk-in Clinics. The Company’s healthcare payor clients engage the Company to manage an array of ancillary healthcare services that they and their payors have agreed to make available to their insured or beneficiaries or, for which they have agreed to provide insurance coverage. The typical services the healthcare payors require the Company to provide include providing a network of ancillary healthcare services providers that is available to the payor’s covered persons for covered services; providing claims management, reporting, and processing and payment services; performing network/needs analysis to assess the benefits to payors of adding additional/different service providers to the payor-specific provider networks; and credentialing network service providers for inclusion in the payor-specific provider networks.