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MedEncentive and Medical Justice Announce Partnership
Date:9/14/2009

OKLAHOMA CITY and GREENSBORO, N.C., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- President Obama in his speech to Congress and the nation Wednesday evening acknowledged that something needed to be done about the cost of medical malpractice and the defensive medicine that preserves patient safety. MedEncentive, a web-based incentive system designed to control healthcare costs, and Medical Justice, a member based organization designed to protect physicians from frivolous medical malpractice lawsuits and Internet defamation, have formed an important partnership that offers a real solution to these issues that has bi-partisan appeal.

Through the partnership, physicians who successfully participate in the MedEncentive program will receive Medical Justice coverage at most favored pricing. Medical Justice has also agreed to contribute to MedEncentive's demonstration projects in Kansas and Michigan. This contribution will be in the form of free coverage to physicians who successfully participate in these three year long demonstrations.

"As our country engages in an important debate over health care, my colleagues and I have been busy communicating what we and many others believe is a true breakthrough in terms of health care cost containment," said Jeff Greene, MedEncentive CEO. "We are very pleased that our program resonated with Medical Justice in a way that led to this partnership. Together, we will offer an important additional benefit to physicians that will also benefit patients and health insurers."

Jeff Segal, MD, JD, founder and CEO of Medical Justice states, "Too often, healthcare reform is seen as a zero-sum game. We believe when physicians, patients and payers participate in a truly collaborative system, all parties benefit. MedEncentive offers a unique program with impressive cost savings, and we are excited to offer Medical Justice as an extra inducement to boost physician partic
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