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HealthEdge(R) Presents Award-Winning HealthRules(R) Technology Platform at the 2008 Gartner Healthcare Summit
Date:11/13/2008

Revolutionary HealthRules software suite enables payors to compete like

never before in the rapidly evolving healthcare marketplace

BURLINGTON, Mass., Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- HealthEdge, provider of the only modern, enterprise-class software platform for healthcare payors, today announced that it will showcase its patented, award-winning HealthRules software suite at the 2008 Gartner Healthcare Summit. The conference will be held on November 16-19 at the San Diego Sheraton Hotel and Marina. HealthEdge will offer its business case "Solving 21st Century Healthcare Challenges using 21st century technology".

"Payor organizations must address the business imperatives that are shaping the new healthcare economy," said Rob Gillette, CEO of HealthEdge. "HealthRules is the only solution that was truly built with these next-generation needs in mind. We look forward to sharing our story with the diverse group of healthcare executives that will be attending this year's summit."

The HealthRules product suite includes next-generation claims and benefit administration, business intelligence and portal solutions that were designed to help transform today's payor organizations into tomorrow's healthcare leaders.

Built on a modern technology platform and delivered by a company that has become known for rapid innovation, HealthRules brings agility to organizations pursuing a competitive position in the dynamic new healthcare marketplace.

About HealthEdge

HealthEdge provides the only modern, enterprise-class software platform for healthcare payors. Using the patented HealthRules(R) software suite, health plans, health insurance companies and other payors can finally respond to new business opportunities and market changes in hours, not months or years, while drastically reducing both IT and operational costs. Leveraging an investment of over $125 million in information technology, HealthRules is the most modern, scalable and cost
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