Orlando Health implements MedeAnalytics’ QCA solution

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MedeAnalytics, a leading provider of healthcare performance management solutions, announced that Orlando Health has added Quality and Compliance Analytics (QCA) to their suite of MedeAnalytics solutions. By utilizing the QCA solution specifically for Recovery Audit Contractor (RAC) audits, Orlando Health will proactively monitor financial and clinical compliance risk areas to optimize and manage the audit process. Plans also call for streamlining the reporting process for Orlando Health’s inpatient hospitals and growing physician practices.

“Our sophisticated QCA solution incorporates over 200 business rules which address the need of hospitals to proactively manage financial and clinical compliance risks.”

Orlando Health Chief Operating Officer Thomas Yoesle commented, “As a continuous development partner with MedeAnalytics, we have worked closely over the past year to develop QCA and are pleased to see the solution come to fruition and be added to our growing list of MedeAnalytics applications.”

“We are grateful to have the opportunity to expand our partnership with Orlando Health, one of Florida’s most advanced health systems,” said MedeAnalytics Chief Executive Officer Mike Gallagher. “Our sophisticated QCA solution incorporates over 200 business rules which address the need of hospitals to proactively manage financial and clinical compliance risks.”

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