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Health Plans Use MEDai to Forecast, Rank Risk and Drive Interventions
Date:2/9/2009

ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- MEDai, Inc., a leading provider of predictive analytic solutions headquartered in Orlando, FL, announced today that it is offering a free case study on its website that focuses on the use of its leading predictive analytic solution Risk Navigator Clinical(R) and its application to keep costs down and members healthier.

The case study explores how one of MEDai's leading clients incorporates Risk Navigator Clinical in its supervisory workflow by providing the outputted lists to its support coordinator, who triages the cases to the appropriate case manager. After studying the member's status (including cost impact and risk profile), the case manager develops a care plan, combining and delivering the functions of care coordination in the hands of a single staff member. As case managers continue to intervene in the member care regimens and to update data, they can refer back to Risk Navigator Clinical to confirm a ranking of each member's status.

With Risk Navigator Clinical, MEDai is achieving its goal of helping insurers and healthcare managers to improve clinical outcomes, operational results and financial returns through advanced knowledge. The system bridges the gap between the random and highly individualized nature of member populations and the insight needed for better efficiency, favorable revenues and improved health protection. The solution identifies characteristics and patterns in groups, drilling down to individuals. Visit www.medai.com to request a fee copy of the case study Finding Risk Across a Population.

About MEDai

MEDai, Inc. is a leading health information company offering award-winning solutions for the improvement of healthcare delivery. Utilizing cutting-edge technology, payors and care management organizations are able to predict patients at risk, identify cost drivers for their high-risk population, forecast future health plan costs, evaluate patient patterns over time, and improve outcomes. For more information on MEDai, visit www.medai.com. Its parent company, Elsevier (www.elsevier.com), is a world-leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, with more than 7,000 employees in over 70 offices across 24 countries.

    For More Information, Contact:
    Lizzy Feliciano, MBA,
    Manager
    Marketing & Communications
    MEDai, Inc.
    (800) 446-3324


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