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Emdeon Announces Strategic Alliance with Enclarity to Address Industry Problems Created by Inconsistent Provider Data Quality
Date:5/4/2010

NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Emdeon Inc. (NYSE: EM), a leading provider of healthcare revenue and payment cycle management solutions, today announced a strategic alliance with Enclarity, Inc., a leading healthcare information solutions company delivering more accurate, timely and comprehensive data on healthcare providers. Through the strategic alliance agreement, Emdeon will be able to offer its 1,200 healthcare payer customers access to more accurate provider data through a new in-stream solution. This solution will be designed to help identify errors during the transaction workflow at the claim level with pre-adjudication detection of incorrect provider data.  

Incorrect provider data is currently one of the most significant challenges for healthcare payers, resulting in a reported $26 billion in unnecessary claims-processing costs annually.(1) Enclarity's Master Provider Referential Database integrates thousands of data sources and advanced analytics to maintain over 140 million records on more than 6.5 million healthcare providers nationally. Meanwhile, Emdeon processes over five billion healthcare transactions annually and its network reaches 1,200 payers, 500,000 providers, 5,000 hospitals, 81,000 dentists and 55,000 pharmacies.

"The lack of comprehensive and accurate provider information is one of the largest problems facing healthcare payers today and one of the primary reasons that claims fall out of the auto-adjudication process," said Gary Stuart, executive vice president for payer services for Emdeon.

Stuart continued, "Inaccurate provider data creates a number of problems for
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