Eldorado Partners with Altruista Health

<0> Javelina to Deliver Integrated Care Management Solution for Health Plans and Providers </0>

Eldorado Partners with Altruista Health

<0> For EldoradoSally Else, 602-604-3100orMphasiSDeepa Nagraj, 201-779-4282 / +91 98452 56283orSchwartz MSLShweta Agarwal or Alison Mapplethorpe, 781-684-0770 </0>

, a division of , an HP company, announced today that it is partnering with Altruista Health, Inc. to provide an integrated care management solution for population health management, account-able care and value-based initiatives. The company’s payer platform will be integrated with Altruista’ s member-centric, web-based care management system to serve health plans and providers. “In today’s performance-driven healthcare climate, health plans and other risk-bearing entities must have access to the right data and technology solutions to manage population health while focusing on the daily needs of their patients,” said Ashish Kachru, co-founder and CEO of Altruista Health. “In Eldorado, we see a partner that, like Altruista, has demonstrated value in improving population health. Together, we deliver proven, comprehensive solution that helps customers successfully transition to value-based payment models.”

Javelina’s open platform for health benefits and reimbursement administration provides the flexibility required to support ongoing regulatory mandates and adapt to new care delivery models. Javelina’s fully integrated technology and functionality are designed to ensure performance-driven operations. Javelina’s open source architecture and expanded interoperability maximize efficiency of enterprise resources and reduce manual processes by incorporating real-time workflow management. Javelina is CORE ready as well as 5010 and ICD-10 compliant. “As the industry moves toward increased regulatory oversight and more complex healthcare delivery, health plan providers are seeking integrated care management solutions that position them to compete today and grow in the future,” said Eldorado President Sally Else. “We are pleased Altruista has chosen Javelina to help them achieve this objective and look forward to a successful association.”

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Based in Phoenix, Arizona, Eldorado, a division of MphasiS, an HP Company, specializes in health insurance application development, business process outsourcing services, information technology engineering and operational consulting. The company serves the full spectrum of organizations engaged in managing health benefit plans including third party administrators, health plans, employers and self insured organizations. Together, Eldorado customers manage five million lives and handle 35 million claims annually. For more information, contact 602.604.3100 or visit .

MphasiS (an HP Company) is a USD 1 billion global service provider, delivering technology based solutions to clients across the world. We serve clients across industries, including Banking and Capital Markets, Insurance, Manufacturing and Communications. MphasiS' integrated service offerings in Applications, Infrastructure Services, and Business Process Outsourcing help organizations adapt to changing market conditions and derive maximum value from IT investments. For more information about MphasiS, log on to .

Altruista Health, Inc. provides patient-centric and customizable population care management solutions for health plans and providers. It develops and delivers software tools; data analytics and support services that help streamline clinical and administrative processes, improve patient outcomes and reduce avoidable healthcare costs. Altruista Health clients include commercial and government health payers, health systems and care management organizations. For more information, visit .

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