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Builders Benefits and HealthEdge(R) Complete Implementation of Award-Winning HealthRules(R) Product Suite
Date:6/23/2009

One-of-a-kind, revolutionary software suite ensures that Builders Benefits is ready and able to compete in the quickly evolving healthcare marketplace

BURLINGTON, Mass., June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- HealthEdge, provider of the only modern, enterprise-class software platform for healthcare payors, today announced that Pennsylvania-based Builders Benefits has completed their implementation of the HealthRules product suite. The advanced technology of HealthRules will now be used to power the next phase of growth and efficiencies for Builders Benefits.

The patented, one-of-a-kind HealthRules software suite allows healthcare payors to rapidly respond to new business opportunities and market changes -- in hours, not weeks or months -- while reducing costs and increasing operational efficiencies. Organizations using the HealthRules platform gain the ability to compete more effectively in the emerging consumer-centric healthcare marketplace, as they are now able to quickly offer the kinds of innovative products that the market demands.

"We believe that the advanced capabilities offered by the HealthRules product suite are truly revolutionary," said Steve Rock, CEO of Builders Benefits and former CEO of Amisys and Synertech. "We are excited to have chosen HealthEdge to provide the next-generation technology foundation for our business. With HealthRules now in place, I am confident that we will be able to quickly adapt to the changing needs of our customers and continue to improve efficiencies and reduce administrative costs."

"More and more payor organizations are turning to the patented, one-of-a-kind HealthRules product suite to efficiently address the evolving business imperatives of today's healthcare marketplace," said Rob Gillette, CEO of HealthEdge. "We are excited to add Builders Benefits to our growing list of live customers, and we look forward to continuing to work closely with them on thei
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