|By Marketwired .||
|August 26, 2014 09:15 AM EDT||
WAYNE, PA and DALLAS, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 08/26/14 -- Medecision, the leader in population health management and connected care solutions for risk-bearing entities, including provider- and payer-sponsored ACOs, IDNs, and health plans, announced it has opened a new location in Dallas, TX. The new office will house members of the Company's executive, account management and consulting teams, and will include a Rapid Application Development (RAD) Center of Excellence, expanding the company's national network and bolstering its presence in one of the largest healthcare markets in the US(1). The office, in the Preston Center area of Dallas, enables Medecision to more easily serve its expanding client base and support innovation in cloud, mobile and application development.
Established in response to the increasingly consumer-centric healthcare industry's need for mobile tools for clinical and consumer decision support, Medecision's RAD Center of Excellence will serve as home base for an expanding mobile application design and delivery team, many of whom will also virtually collaborate with a national network of innovators, including Medecision development teams in Philadelphia, PA and Los Angeles, CA. As such, the new location boasts an innovative design and a 24/7 bi-directional collaboration platform to enhance productivity.
"There is a new era in the healthcare industry, one characterized by mobile and social technologies -- the Internet proxy for many consumers -- and a shift toward advanced population health management grounded in real-time, secure data insights and decision support," said Deborah M. Gage, president and CEO, Medecision. "Texas provides the perfect place for us to grow our ranks of software engineers, product professionals and UI/UX designers. The Dallas market will enrich our network and meet clients' demands to drive mobile adoption through transformative design and development."
Initially, Medecision has immediate openings for new positions in the Dallas location, including user interface/user experience designers, solution architects and app developers.
Medecision's Dallas office is located at 8111 Preston Road, Suite 900, in Preston Center. The company, with employees nationwide, was founded in Philadelphia and now has offices in Dallas, Philadelphia and Los Angeles.
Medecision is the leading provider of population health and connected care technology, and services for risk-bearing healthcare organizations including health plans, hospitals, thousands of physicians and millions of consumers. Working within the framework that patients, care providers and health plans are all driving towards better health outcomes, Medecision and its Aerial solution help connect all stakeholders to liberate the highest quality and most cost-efficient care. As more organizations transition to accountable care and delegated risk management, Medecision continually applies 25+ years of experience, comprehensive technology platforms, significant investments in research and development, and the broadest implementation and clinical expertise to ensure consumers receive the best possible care. With Medecision as a business partner, health plans and care providers confidently manage through market changes, regulatory updates and new populations, while improving quality and reducing costs. For more information, visit www.medecision.com.
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