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Mississippi Administrative Services Chooses the HealthRules(R) Product Suite from HealthEdge(R) to Address Next-Generation Business Needs
Date:2/10/2009

Revolutionary software suite includes one-of-a-kind claims processing, business intelligence, and portal capabilities that allow payors to truly compete in the 21st-century healthcare marketplace

BURLINGTON, Mass., Feb. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- HealthEdge, provider of the only modern, enterprise-class software platform for healthcare payors, today announced that Mississippi Administrative Services has selected the HealthRules product suite as their next-generation healthcare business platform.

The patented HealthRules software suite will enable Mississippi Administrative Services to quickly take on any type of new business, fully automate their existing lines of business, and deliver a superior customer experience. HealthRules provides unlimited configuration flexibility while dramatically reducing the time and cost associated with creating and updating benefit plans and provider contracts. This enables a new level of business agility and allows HealthEdge's clients to compete like never before, as they are now able to quickly and easily configure anything that they can imagine.

"After carefully evaluating all of the available options," said Alan Jones, Vice President of Mississippi Administrative Services, "we came to the conclusion that HealthRules was really the only choice for an organization like ours. Given the fundamental changes that are currently taking place in our market, we felt that it was important to align ourselves with a vendor that had an outstanding vision for the future, the ability to quickly support new industry standards like ICD-10, and the best technology available. We are looking forward to working closely with the team at HealthEdge and to leveraging everything that the HealthRules suite has to offer."

"A growing number of payor organizations are realizing that their legacy claim processing, business intelligence, and portal products were never designed to handle 21st-century healthcare business needs," said Rob Gillette, CEO of HealthEdge. "HealthRules is the only solution that was truly built to allow payors to compete in the rapidly evolving healthcare marketplace. We are excited to see Mississippi Administrative Services embracing the HealthRules platform, and we are looking forward to helping them to achieve their business goals."

About HealthEdge

HealthEdge provides the only modern, enterprise-class software platform for healthcare payors. Using the patented HealthRules 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, HealthRules is the most modern, scalable and cost-effective technology in the industry. HealthEdge is the only choice for payors to survive and thrive in the emerging healthcare economy.

About Mississippi Administrative Services

Mississippi Administrative Services is one of the oldest and largest third party administrators in the South. Their goal is to provide quality service at an affordable cost through partially self-funded medical plans.

    For more information, contact:
    Ray Desrochers
    HealthEdge
    781-285-1316
    rdesrochers@healthedge.com


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