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Healthation Chosen by Large Canadian Third Party Administrator to Support All Employee Benefits and Claims Administration

DARIEN, Ill., July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Healthation, a healthcare technology company, announced today they have signed a large Canadian Third Party Administrator (TPA) to a 10 year contract. The Canadian TPA will use the integrated real-time, rules-based AcceleHealth(R) benefits and claims solution and its integrated AboveHealth(R) Portal to deliver interactive self-service capabilities across its medical, dental, life, disability and pharmacy lines of business.

They will implement Healthation's Solution on an application service provider (ASP) basis. The client will be using Healthation's solution to support many critical functions. These functions include medical, dental, vision, pharmacy claims processing, financial extracts, business process workflow, customer service, adjudication rules, eligibility profile, and provider management.

"In order to realize the benefits of a transformed healthcare marketplace, our client has decided to enable a real-time, workflow and value driven business model using the Healthation platform," states Healthation CEO, Scott Kornhauser.

Healthation's AcceleHealth benefit management and claims administration solution with its integrated AboveHealth's web portal offers the industry's first 100% Web-based system for administering all lines of business including Medical, Dental, Vision, Pharmacy, Life and Disability.

Healthation allows payers to continually enhance and extend the capabilities of our AcceleHealth and AboveHealth solutions by sharing its open architecture via the industry's only "collaborative open exchange" platform to accelerate the real-time adoption and the development of shared best practices amongst its user community. Healthation is also the market's only health benefit management system capable of supporting truly integrated benefits across all lines of business, market segments and funding sources against one universal member record.

About Healthation

Darien, IL-based Healthation is a healthcare technology company helping payers and administrators improve business performance with user-driven rules-based benefits management and transaction processing solutions. Healthation's goal is to accelerate a retail transformation in healthcare with a real-time, open exchange platform. The company's AcceleHealth(R) solution is the industry's only web-based payer system built to administer benefits in real-time across all lines of business under one master member record including medical, dental, vision, pharmacy, life and AD&D.

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