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MemberHealth Selects MedInitiatives

July 10, 2007
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MemberHealth Inc.(Cleveland), a national prescription benefit management company, has selected MedInitiatives' business intelligence technology to provide on-demand access to healthcare analytics.

According to MedInitiatives (Rancho Cordova, Calif.), its business intelligence technology integrates and manages healthcare data and provides analytics that deliver information to business and clinical users via the Web. In addition, users can conduct utilization review; drill into member or provider profiles; and track performance indicators with access to a single, integrated data source, says the company.

MedInitiatives contends it will create a suite of analytics solutions for MemberHealth that will grow as needs and initiatives demand.

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