This week, MedeAnalytics celebrates our 25th anniversary! Mede has evolved significantly since its revenue cycle beginnings, and through it all, our dedication to helping improve the business of healthcare through smarter decision making has never wavered.
Founded in 1993, MedeAnalytics was the first to go to market with an analytics SaaS solution built specifically for healthcare. We applied that same innovative spirit to expand into the payer market in 2007 and into the public sector in 2016. In 2013 when the needs of payers and providers began to converge, our experience with stakeholders across the healthcare continuum enabled us to create solutions that address ACOs, population health, and new risk arrangements.
Our proudest moments throughout these 25 years include the tangible ways in which we add value to our clients:
- Expanding our health system solutions beyond RCM analytics to include cost and operations, value-based performance management, and enterprise performance management
- Launching our Payer Innovation Exchange to harness the power of our client network to guide our innovation roadmap
- Reaching 60 million covered lives within our healthcare analytics platform
- Surpassing 1,500 payers and providers who partner with us in improving healthcare with data analytics
Of course, we wouldn’t have made it this far without our valued clients. It’s their need for quality analytics capabilities that keeps us motivated every day. They challenge us to consistently improve so we can continue to help them achieve diverse business goals. When our clients interact with their account representatives, implement a new solution, or participate in our events, we expect that our devotion to excellence in every experience will be evident.
We thank our clients for their dedication to MedeAnalytics and for joining us in our mission to improve healthcare. We look forward to another 25 years of partnership.
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