|By Business Wire||
|May 5, 2014 07:00 AM EDT||
HealthLink Dimensions,LLC, a leading provider of healthcare data solutions in the U.S., announces the launch of Physician Network Insight, a new database that will allow clients to identify healthcare provider participation in the vast majority of commercial medical and dental health plans nationwide.
“We are excited about the addition of Physician Network Insight to our portfolio of products and services,” says Kevin Guthrie, Vice-President, and General Manager of HealthLink Dimensions. “This comprehensive dataset provides unrivaled depth of healthcare network intelligence that will help our clients enhance and grow their business.”
With the information available via the new Physician Network Insight database drug and medical device manufacturers will be able to improve provider targeting, health insurance companies can analyze their networks, and provider directories can enhance the provider information they offer.
“Combined with HealthLink Dimensions’ data cleansing services and provider demographic data, the new Physician Network Insight will provide our clients with a powerful competitive advantage for sales and marketing initiatives, and network analysis,” says Chris Lloyd, Director of Database Services, HealthLink Dimensions.
For more information about Physician Network Insight visit http://www.healthlinkdimensions.com.
About HealthLink Dimensions, LLC
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, HealthLink Dimensions manages the largest multi-sourced database of active practicing physicians, offering flexible data solutions that facilitate multi-channel marketing and communications. Over 1.4 million unique B2B permissioned, verified and deliverable email addresses are linked to practicing healthcare providers with practice/billing address, phone and fax. These demographic files, totaling over 2.7M physicians and allied health professionals, are strengthened with titles, specialties, multiple identifiers including DEA number, UPIN number, State License number, NPI number and Tax ID; and with linkage to hospital and group practice affiliations.
For additional information about the company, visit the HealthLink Dimensions website: www.HealthLinkDimensions.com.
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