MedeAnalytics Recognized by Healthcare Informatics Magazine as One of Three Most Interesting Vendors in 2012

Recognition is part of magazine's annual Healthcare Informatics 100 issue

Jun 21, 2012, 07:00 ET from MedeAnalytics

EMERYVILLE, Calif., June 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MedeAnalytics, a leading provider of healthcare performance management solutions, has been recognized by Healthcare Informatics magazine as one of the year's three "Most Interesting Vendors." The three companies profiled were selected from the magazine's 2012 list of the top 100 IT vendor companies in healthcare by revenue. Of the three, MedeAnalytics was the only company operating in the analytics space. 


According to Healthcare Informatics staff, MedeAnalytics and the other two vendors were selected because they have smart solutions, are doing well in the marketplace, and are exceptionally well positioned for the future.

"With healthcare reform and other industry trends driving the healthcare system toward fundamental change, it is clear to us at Healthcare Informatics that analytics and business intelligence will be important to the success of patient organizations going forward," said Healthcare Informatics Editor-in-Chief Mark Hagland. "That is why we highlighted one company making waves in this important arena."

"We are extremely pleased to receive this recognition from the editors of Healthcare Informatics," said MedeAnalytics' Chief Executive Officer Mike Gallagher. "It is very gratifying that this well-respected publication has taken note of our company in such a positive way."

About MedeAnalytics

Founded in 1994, MedeAnalytics delivers performance management solutions across the healthcare system—including hospitals, physician practices and payers—to ensure accountability and improve financial, operational and clinical outcomes. For more information, visit

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