MedRisk Inc., a specialty managed healthcare service provider in Physical Medicine Management, treats work-related injuries and offers patient-centric care. It has now selected Dell Services to support its infrastructure expansion and managed services and its application development program in a 10-year agreement deal.
Dell will help in making MedRisk a future-ready organization by quickly designing, developing and deploying advanced innovative solutions that will promote quality care and help MedRisk provide return-to-work-oriented treatment for injured workers effectively.
With its expertise, Dell will help MedRisk position itself for future growth in the best way possible.
Headquartered in Pennsylvania, MedRisk is the only company of its kind to hold a SSAE 16 Type II certification and URAC accreditation for Workers' Compensation Utilization Management.
MedRisk’s client roster includes the nation's leading insurance carriers, managed care organizations, third-party administrators, state funds, self-insured employers and case management companies.
"Providing our clients with innovative solutions backed by cutting-edge service technology is a cornerstone of the MedRisk model. Through this partnership, MedRisk and Dell will combine their resources and expertise to offer some of the most effective and efficient managed care solution in the workers' compensation industry," stated Dan Kelly, chief operations officer at MedRisk.
Sid Nair, vice president and global general manager of Dell Services - Healthcare & Life Sciences, said, "Healthcare industry leaders must innovate and adapt to the changing healthcare landscape to stay ahead in today's environment. They need to be more nimble and create scalable sustainable processes to enable business transformation and growth. We are delighted to work with MedRisk and look forward to being a strategic advisor for its business transformation."
Dell delivers innovative solutions that enable companies to do more. As a part of the 10-year agreement, Dell will provide MedRisk access to best-in-class IT services, additional application management support and advanced managed security support. MedRisk ranks number one in IT Services for healthcare providers with respect to its earnings for the year 2011. Dell’s selection has underscored the provider’s momentum and its plans to lead healthcare market in the worker’s compensation segment for a long time into the future.
Edited by Braden Becker