Technology | January 27, 2008

MEDecision Introduces Alineo Collaborative Healthcare Management Solution

MEDecision Inc. introduced Alineo, a collaborative healthcare management platform for addressing case management, disease management and utilization management.

The company says Alineo represents a solution that provides a simplified, smart and state-of-the-art model designed to help health plans improve quality, safety and affordability of care. The healthcare management platform id designed to address case management, disease management and utilization management. Alineo provides a simplified and smart process for analyzing, and applying and automating payer-driven best practices.

Alineo includes the following components: Reporting, correspondence, automated approvals, clinical intelligence and clinical summaries. The platform will integrate additional components in line with MEDecision’s ongoing product development, including clinical criteria, clinical programs and care management analytics in the coming months.

Alineo reached general availability in late December 2007. One major healthcare plan has already taken delivery of the product.

January 2008

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