Medical Mutual Insurance Company of Maine Completes Successful Migration to Delphi Technology’s eOASIS

Delphi Technology’s eOASIS provides insurer with modern technology platform for streamlined end-to-end medical professional liability insurance processing

Medical Mutual Insurance Company of Maine Completes Successful Migration to Delphi Technology’s eOASIS

<0> Delphi TechnologyBonnie Clark, 732-353-3519Vice President of Marketing </0>

Delphi Technology, the recognized industry leader in technology solutions for the medical professional liability industry and a leading provider of technology solutions to the insurance and risk management industries, announced today that Medical Mutual Insurance Company of Maine has completed a successful migration from the client server version of Delphi Technology’s OASIS to the new eOASIS platform.

eOASIS is fully web-based and deployed on a J2EE-based technology architecture that leverages a comprehensive service-oriented architecture (SOA), an extensive library of web services, business process management (BPM), and business rules. eOASIS is available as an integrated solution suite or a best-of-breed standalone application that can be easily integrated within an existing legacy environment. The flexible eOASIS architecture ensures that the solution will remain viable as market conditions and business needs change.

Specific benefits Medical Mutual Insurance Company of Maine is experiencing with the eOasis migration include:

“The migration project was extremely well managed by Delphi Technology with the right level of priority and the availability of knowledgeable and highly skilled resources. I had recommended migrating to eOASIS at Medical Mutual Insurance Company of Maine because it would allow the company to maximize the benefits of our original investment in the earlier OASIS client server system," says Steve Hodgkin, Medical Mutual Insurance Company’s CIO. “We appreciate Delphi’s continued strong R&D investment in its product and their commitment to stay current with technology; giving us the combined benefits of a platform that we know well and trust, but with all the value-add of the latest technologies.”

William Moss, Delphi Technology’s Chief Business Development Officer, added, “We are very pleased to welcome MMICME to our growing community of eOASIS users and appreciate the opportunity to continue to help a valued and loyal customer further enhance its operational efficiencies and expand its business. With more than more than 50% of the medical professional liability carrier premiums in the United States being processed in OASIS, we are confident in our position as the only solution provider in the market today with the expertise and a software solution built specifically for the medical professional liability market.”

The eOASIS business architecture is comprised of business-specific content, workflows, and configurations ensuring that Delphi Technology’s products are delivered “out-of-the-box” with the minimum amount of configuration required. 95% of customizations are accomplished via configuration at implementation. eOASIS delivers advanced business process management (BPM) capabilities giving business and technical users control over their operations. Our workflow, decision support, and straight-through processing (STP) capabilities deliver measurable business benefits by seamlessly integrating work received from different channels and guiding users through the most complex service processes.

Founded in 1978 by a group of 12 physicians, Medical Mutual provides medical professional liability insurance to physicians, hospitals, nursing homes and allied health facilities in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts. The Company underwrites virtually all specialties and offers flexible programs featuring innovative and unique coverage options for customized plan design.

In addition, the Company offers a comprehensive array of complimentary educational programs, risk management and other support services - including peer review of all significant claims by a standing Claims Committee comprised of practicing physicians who understand the care environment and the value of a medical provider's reputation. Consequently, the Company has established a well-earned reputation for providing superior protection of its clients' assets and reputations.

The Company insures 29 hospitals and over 3,300 physicians and enjoys an A.M. Best A-, or Excellent, rating.

For more than 20 years, Delphi Technology has been a leading provider of technology solutions to the insurance and risk management industries. By leveraging its extensive industry knowledge and experience, Delphi Technology delivers a comprehensive range of innovative technology solutions for professional liability insurers, property and casualty carriers, third party administrators (TPAs), self-insureds, and risk retention groups (RRGs).

Delphi Technology’s OASIS suite provides proven software applications to run core insurance operations including policy management, claims management, financial management, risk management, reinsurance, document management, advanced workflow, policy holder services, online applications, incident management, data warehouse and reporting, advanced business analytics, and predictive analytics, OASIS enables companies to optimize their business processes and respond to changing business needs resulting in reduced costs, increased operational efficiency, and improved business intelligence.

Delphi Technology’s professional services staff of 150+ technical and insurance experts utilize a proven implementation methodology ensuring the transfer of necessary market and business expertise throughout the deployment process resulting in successful implementations that come in on schedule and on budget.

Headquartered in Boston, MA, Delphi Technology has sales, support, and development offices throughout North America, as well as in Shanghai, China.

For more information, please visit or call 617-259-1247.

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