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MedAssets Launches Service Line Analytics

October 2, 2009
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Atlanta-based MedAssets launched Service Line Analytics, an on-demand business intelligence solution designed to identify and drive sustainable financial improvement in the management of medical devices, supplies, pharmaceuticals, ancillary services, length of stay, and other key hospital cost drivers.

According to the company, Service Line Analytics combines MedAssets' technology with the clinical utilization expertise of its Aspen Healthcare Metrics subsidiary to gather, interpret and report on actionable clinical, financial and supply cost data by clinical service line and specific patient population.

Health systems representing more than 30 facilities have assisted in the product development through beta testing of the Software as a Service (SaaS) offering.

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