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Ingenix Aquires A-Life Medical

September 23, 2010
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Eden Prairie, Minn.-based Ingenix today announced that San Diego-based A-Life Medical will become part of the Ingenix Health Care Delivery business. The acquisition is the next logical step to the strategic alliance Ingenix and A-Life Medical established last year to develop advanced coding solutions for the health care market. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Ingenix has a long established history of providing leading medical coding research and encoding tools hospitals and physician practices. A-Life Medical is a provider of computer-assisted coding (CAC) software. Together, the companies will accelerate development of advanced coding solutions for all billing services providers, physician practices and in-patient and out-patient providers, as well as for more medical specialties.


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