MedData, Inc. to Present at the Robert. W. Baird & Company 2011 Health Care Conference

BRECKSVILLE, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- MedData, Inc., a leading provider of medical billing services, announced today that the Company plans to present its corporate story at the upcoming Robert W. Baird & Company 2011 Health Care Conference.

The conference, which will showcase more than 80 publicly traded and privately held healthcare companies for institutional investors, is scheduled for Wednesday, September 7 - Thursday, September 8, 2011 at The New York Palace Hotel in Manhattan. MedData Chief Executive Officer Douglas S. Thompson is scheduled to present on Wednesday, September 7, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. local time. The presentation will address the Company’s business, operations and strategy. Each participating company is scheduled for a 25-minute presentation, which includes a question and answer session.

Robert W. Baird & Co. is an employee-owned wealth management, capital markets, asset management and private equity firm with client assets of $89 billion.

About MedData

Brecksville, Ohio-based MedData is one of the nation’s leading providers of a range of medical billing services including, among others, billing, coding, collections and revenue cycle management. For more than three decades, the company has been providing innovative billing solutions to the medical community. Annually, the company handles billing for 5.5 million patient encounters across various medical specialties. MedData currently provides services to more than 2,000 physicians at 150 facilities across 35 states from its headquarters as well as offices in Roseville, Calif. and Bellevue, Wash. For more information, please visit


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