Healthation’s Market-Based Strategy Provides Best in Class Flexible Solutions to Meet Evolving Challenges in Healthcare

Healthation’s Market-Based Strategy Provides Best in Class Flexible Solutions to Meet Evolving Challenges in Healthcare

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Healthation, a leading provider of core administrative systems for legacy and emerging healthcare payers and administrators, has rolled out a market-based segmentation strategy and associated solution bundles to address the unique needs and challenges specific to five core market segments. The strength of this strategy has been instrumental in securing recent partnerships with business process outsourcing companies utilizing the Healthation solution as the platform for complete outsourced solutions, as well as individual health plan and risk-bearing organizations employing the technology directly as their core processing solution.

As financial risk shifts in the market and lines become blurred between payer and provider, Healthation is a market leader in critical, real-time, flexible technology solutions that meet the inherent challenges within these healthcare markets, including:

“Our approach addresses both the challenges and opportunities that affect the ever evolving healthcare landscape,” said Darin LeGrange, President and CEO of Healthation. “In key markets, we see how healthcare reform, insurance product innovation and payer competition create the need for solution providers to continue using novel approaches and bringing valuable services to their customers. With these partnerships, our advanced core administrative system and collaborative, open solutions, Healthation is able to deliver the competencies that customers need to effectively run their business and thrive in the post-reform era.”

Ongoing market fluctuations heightened by the Affordable Care Act necessitate a technology partner that can deliver results in the ever-changing landscape. Healthation’s configurable, reliable solutions are ready to meet healthcare service providers’ business challenges today and tomorrow with a powerful set of tools and expertise perfectly suited to meet the dynamic needs of the market.

“Healthation’s solutions deliver value not only to our partners, but to their customers in each market segment. With feature-rich functionality and real-time capabilities, Healthation’s solutions are aptly suited to keep up with post-reform healthcare requirements where technological flexibility is a vital element for service providers and their customers,” said John Hinton, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Operating rules and standards often fluctuate and this year, due to the ACA, we need to be ready to provide the necessary solutions that will ensure systems are up and running in order to meet mandated operational deadlines. Our ability to offer speed in implementation will make this a seamless transition for our end-users.”

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