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DST Health Solutions Signs On To Business Analytics And Prescriptive Modeling Platform To Better Serve Healthcare Industry

Agreement with River Logic Expected to Provide Plans with Advanced Modeling, Planning, and Optimization Capabilities

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- DST Health Solutions, LLC, a leading provider of technology solutions and services to health plans, integrated delivery systems, and health care providers, today announced that the firm has signed an agreement with Dallas-based River Logic Inc. for use of its Enterprise Optimizer® platform.

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Considered to be the leading modeling and analytics platform for increasing performance, Enterprise Optimizer uses predictive and prescriptive analytics to enable its users to improve business value and guide decisions.

DST Health Solutions will use the River Logic platform to develop and deliver consulting projects, decision support, and managed analytics services to its clients in the U.S. and United Kingdom.

According to Teri Mullaney, DST Health Solutions' Chief Strategy Officer, the Enterprise Optimizer platform is a perfect complement to DST's deep industry knowledge and expertise.

"This relationship with River Logic will enable us to deliver solutions to companies struggling with provider network adequacy and medical management resource optimization," says Mullaney. "Integrating the Enterprise Optimizer into our service offerings will give us a unique ability to help our clients solve many of the operational, clinical, and marketing obstacles they're facing in today's marketplace." 

A privately held technology firm, River Logic helps its client companies develop scalable, high-return-on-investment planning and decision-support solutions. Its Enterprise Optimizer helps users predict how certain forecasts will impact their business operationally and financially, while identifying opportunities, evaluating risks, and conducting what-if/optimization analyses to determine the best path forward.

"DST Healthcare Solutions embodies many of the key attributes we seek in our business relationships, not least of which their understanding of how advanced analytics optimize decision making," says Carlos Centurion, President of River Logic. I believe the DST team will quickly codify the knowledge it gains from the Enterprise Optimizer to deliver new revenue streams with higher margins to the firm's clients."

For more information about offerings from DST Health Solutions utilizing the River Logic prescriptive modeling and analytics platform, call 800-272-4799 or e-mail [email protected].

About DST Health Solutions
DST Health Solutions, LLC delivers contemporary healthcare technology and service solutions that enable its clients to thrive in a complex, rapidly evolving healthcare market. Supporting commercial, individual, and government-sponsored health plans, health insurance marketplaces, and healthcare providers, DST Health Solutions' services include enterprise payer platforms, population health management analytics, care management, and business process outsourcing solutions, each designed to assist a company manage the processes, information, and products that directly impact quality outcomes. DST Health Solutions is a wholly-owned subsidiary of DST Systems, Inc. For more information visit www.dsthealthsolutions.com.

About River Logic
River Logic Inc. provides advanced predictive and prescriptive analytics through the Enterprise Optimizer (EO) platform. River Logic provides significant financial benefits to clients and partners. Clients leverage EO to make better operational, tactical, and strategic decisions that integrate business planning, complementing Business Intelligence and spreadsheet-based planning processes.  River Logic partners drive business transformation through rapid consulting projects, and extend their analytic capabilities by easily embedding EO into their own solutions. For more information please visit www.riverlogic.com.

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