TriZetto Subsidiary Gateway EDI Acquires ClaimLogic, Expanding Into the Hospital Market and Growing Its Large-Practice Client Base

TriZetto Subsidiary Gateway EDI Acquires ClaimLogic, Expanding Into the Hospital Market and Growing Its Large-Practice Client Base

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, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, , has acquired , a medical claims and payment processing company that has served healthcare organizations such as Emory Healthcare and University of Virginia Physician’s Group for more than a decade. The acquisition broadens TriZetto’s combined healthcare and client base to include hospitals and additional large medical practices. TriZetto now provides and to more than 180,000 care providers.

“Uniting the expertise and tools of Gateway EDI and ClaimLogic will allow us to offer new solutions to our combined provider customers,” said Charlotte Martin, president and COO of Gateway EDI. “We are eager to blend our resources to serve as an even stronger partner for our clients.”

Gateway EDI’s parent company TriZetto provides world-class information technology and service solutions that help providers and payers work more efficiently and collaboratively to deliver better health.

“The acquisition enables TriZetto to support greater in the hospital-system market, including academic medical centers,” said Trace Devanny, chairman and CEO of TriZetto. “Improving access to information between the providers and hospitals who deliver care and the health plans that pay for the care will enhance work flow processes and help reduce costs.”

“Like Gateway EDI, ClaimLogic has always taken pride in putting customers first,” said J.P. Davis, COO and co-founder of ClaimLogic. “The combination of our solutions will allow our clients more customization and flexibility to improve their work flow management objectives while improving their top and bottom lines.”

TriZetto and Gateway EDI also recently acquired , a company that helps practices manage reimbursement and minimize the administrative cost of recovering lost revenues.

“By combining the capabilities of TriZetto, Gateway EDI, NHXS and ClaimLogic, we’ve created a powerful portfolio of tools, including additional payment-analytic capabilities, that can bring significant efficiencies to the complex claims reimbursement process and greatly enhance care delivery,” said Devanny.

ClaimLogic’s current leadership team will continue to run the organization’s day-to-day operations.

ClaimLogic is an industry leader in integrated revenue cycle management solutions and electronic transaction processing systems and tools for healthcare. For more than a decade, ClaimLogic has served the needs of many of the largest healthcare organizations in the U.S., including both hospitals and physicians. ClaimLogic’s customer-services culture ranks among the highest in client retention rates in the healthcare IT segment.

More than 180,000 providers trust Gateway EDI’s advanced claims management tools and proactive team members to simplify the complex revenue management process. The company helps medical practices maximize revenue by securing accurate reimbursements, decreasing claims rejections and improving payment turnaround times. Gateway EDI’s services include , , point-and-click access to , , and and tools that ease . For more information on Gateway EDI, visit .

TriZetto provides world-class information technology and service solutions that help payers and providers work more efficiently and to deliver better health. TriZetto’s solutions touch over half the U.S. insured population and reach more than 180,000 care providers. TriZetto helps healthcare organizations ; ; ; and compete to win in an emerging retail market. Payer solutions include , , and portal platforms, as well as , and . Provider solutions include real-time eligibility assurance and claims editing, and that help providers get paid quickly and accurately. For more information, visit .

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