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MMCC Pilots MEDecision

June 15, 2007
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Memphis Managed Care Corporation (MMCC) has initiated a six month pilot program using the MEDecision Patient Clinical Summary (PCS). MMCC will deliver PCS to West Tennessee provider groups and independent practice associations participating in a state-supported pay-for-performance program.

According to MEDecision, its software is a payer-based electronic health record that compiles a member's current and historical medical data from doctors, labs, pharmacies and other sources that have been paid for by the member's health plan. MEDecision then augments the data with evidence-based medicine to create care plans and offer treatment opportunities, says the company.

MMCC is a non-profit corporation based in Memphis.



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