MDE Re-brands Company as OneMind Health

New name, brand identity and website reinforce company’s dedication and value to dental practice profitability and business success

MDE Re-brands Company as OneMind Health

<0> Dodge CommunicationsJessica Beard, 770-576-2575 </0>

(MDE), a provider of intuitive, cloud-based software that helps dental practice enterprises improve workflows throughout the revenue cycle, today announced it has re-branded to a new company name, OneMind Health.

The brand reflects the company’s desire to improve collaboration and better communication between the three core groups in health care, including payers, providers and patients. The new brand will focus on enhancing each step of the revenue cycle, providing practices of all sizes with ways to improve workflow, accelerate treatment acceptance, and simplify collection and payment processing.

“Our new brand is intended to reflect our passionate commitment to helping our customers run the business side of their practice with better results and less effort,” said Richard Moore, president of OneMind Health. “We accomplished this by collaborating closely with industry experts from the payer and provider communities, uncovering their biggest challenges and creating cost effective, timely solutions.”

As OneMind Health moves forward with the new brand, it will enhance its dental product suite to further strengthen and simplify the revenue cycle. Further, OneMind Health will be better positioned to expand toward additional verticals in order to better serve current and potential customers at this critical time in health care.

OneMind Health (previously MDE) provides cloud-based revenue cycle products that reduce denials, accelerate treatment acceptance and simplify collection and payment processing for dental practices. For nearly six years, OneMind Health has collaborated with industry experts to identify specific revenue management challenges and develop technology to help make dental practices of all sizes more profitable. To learn more, visit .

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