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MEDai Assists Healthcare Organizations Demonstrate the Value of Predictive Modeling
Date:3/21/2008

ORLANDO, Fla., March 21 /PRNewswire/ -- MEDai, Inc., headquartered in Orlando, FL, a leading provider of advanced solutions for healthcare that utilize award-winning predictive analytics, has been helping health plans and providers across the US maximize the benefits of predictive modeling. At the upcoming World Research Group Predictive Modeling Optimization Conference in San Francisco, MEDai will present a general session and workshop that helps organizations focus on how they can obtain the maximum value from predictive modeling.

"Predictive analytics are no longer exclusive to care and disease management. Solutions are becoming more sophisticated, and with that we are seeing a rapid increase in the adoption of this technology among providers, actuaries and underwriters," said Swati Abbott, President of MEDai. "MEDai provides robust business intelligence solutions that address the needs of various stakeholders within a healthcare organization. We work closely with them in leveraging our predictive modeling solution to impact resource allocation and quality of care. This conference is an opportunity to share with others how organizations can and are demonstrating and maximizing the value of predictive modeling," she added.

For more than a decade, MEDai's predictive modeling applications have accurately forecasted prospective high-risk patients to improve patients' health and quality of care while controlling cost. Their suite of predictive modeling solutions offer payors and providers a robust data analysis and reporting environment that enables them to share valuable clinical information, strategically manage medical and revenue enhancement opportunities, and eliminate fragmentation in healthcare delivery.

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