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Founded Year

1993

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

About QuadraMed

QuadraMed is dedicated to developing information technology and providing consulting services that help healthcare professionals deliver patient care with optimum efficiency. Offering real-world solutions for every aspect of acute care information management Affinity, Quantim, and Complysource are registered trademarks of QuadraMed Corporation. Chancellor is a trademark of QuadraMed Corporation. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective holders.In June 2013, QuadraMed was acquired by Constellation Software. The valuation of QuadraMed was undisclosed. Other terms of the deal were not released.

QuadraMed Headquarter Location

3460 Lotus Drive Suite 100

Plano, Texas, 75075,

United States

800-945-8555

Latest QuadraMed News

Monday Morning Update 3/8/21

Mar 8, 2021

Recent acquisitions have given Canada-based Harris, which is owned by Constellation Software, a long list of health IT brands that includes Amazing Charts, GEMMS, QuadraMed, Iatric Systems, IMDSoft, Just Associates, Picis, Obix, DigiChart, Uniphy Health, and MediSolution. Several are going public and touting their technology. Will you be covering them?” Probably not since I think they are blowing smoke in trying to convince investors that they are sexy tech companies instead of boring old insurers whose profitability is based on stealing someone else’s insurance customers, negotiating provider contracts, and managing their medical loss ratio. You’re still an insurance company if most of your income is generated by premiums rather than a cute app or quickly launched telehealth program whose main end product is buzz. That’s especially true of recent startups whose website and pitch deck tries to make you think they are the next Facebook. Ignore the self-assigned labels and focus on their tiny market share, handful of coverage areas, and big competitors to whom they provide little threat. You don’t want to go toe-to-toe with UnitedHealth Group, Anthem, or Centene armed only with a clever idea for making Medicare Advantage primary care seem more interesting HIStalk Announcements and Requests Welcome to new HIStalk Platinum Sponsor Culbert Healthcare Solutions . The Woburn, MA-based company’s patient access, clinical workflow, and revenue cycle operations experience, combined with its deep IT strategy and deployment experience, uniquely qualifies it to select, implement, and optimize healthcare technologies. Its health IT consulting team includes former CIOs and vendor-focused analysts who design and deliver high-value services that advance the delivery of care, enhance the patient experience, and improve financial performance. Thanks to Culbert Healthcare Solutions for supporting HIStalk. About 60% of poll respondents say their company’s work culture is the same or better now as it was a year ago, results I didn’t expect given a tough year of pandemic challenges, remote work, and uncertainty. I’m interested to see how both company culture and internal job opportunities are affected when some but not all employees continue working remotely as a permanent arrangement. Remote workers were out of sight, out of mind in the places I’ve worked, with those jobs (other than consulting or sales) best suited for folks who weren’t looking to gain responsibility, get promoted, or boost their resumes with challenging new assignments. Those rewards were given to the familiar faces of people who spend their days around conference room tables, in unplanned hallway conversations, and at lunch with those who have some control over their occupational destiny. Thanks to the following companies that recently supported HIStalk. Click a logo for more information and to thank them for keeping my keyboard clacking. Webinars Acquisitions, Funding, Business, and Stock Real estate investment trust Omega Healthcare Investors acquires Connected Living, which provides smart devices, apps, and wearables to senior housing and care companies. Ascension Ventures raises $285 million for its fifth strategic venture capital fund, increasing its assets under management to more than $1 billion. The one-month performance of the Global X Telemedicine and Digital Health EFT is a loss of 18% versus the Nasdaq’s 9% loss. EDOC shares are up 15% since their July 30, 2020 listing, trailing the Nasdaq’s 19% gain in the same period. Announcements and Implementations Walmart heir Alice Walton, who is one of the world’s richest women at a reported net worth of $60 billion, announces that her non-profit will create a new medical school, Whole Health School of Medicine and Health Sciences, in Walmart’s home town of Bentonville, AR. COVID-19 Nearly one-fourth of Americans have received at least their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, including 59% of those 65-75 and 69% of those over 75. Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD predicts that meetings and widespread travel will return to the US in July through September, but that will slow again to some degree as cooler weather drives people back indoors. Sponsor Updates Nordic welcomes Saran Sonaisamy (Cognizant) as director of cloud transformation and cybersecurity. PerfectServe publishes a new case study featuring the University of Tennessee Medical Center, “EMR Embedded Communication Improves Efficiency.” Pure Storage and Equinix develop a Bare Metal as a Service storage offering that delivers a unified, connected platform for any stage of an organization’s cloud journey. Redox releases a new podcast, “Withings’ Journey from Consumer to Remote Patient Monitoring.” SOC Telemed achieves full URAC accreditation. Summit Healthcare publishes a new use case, “Lincoln Surgical Selects Summit Healthcare to Improve Care Continuity with the All Access Platform.” Louisville Business First recognizes Waystar CTO Chris Schremser as a 2021 Health Care Hero. Blog Posts IANAL says: I think traditional healthcare not paying attention to the insurance health tech industry is a bit short sighted. Those companies aim to compete directly with traditional health care providers. They plan to employ a small number of medical professionals and use technology to multiply those professionals patient care. The gravy train for traditional healthcare has less than a decade left – there isn’t much consolidation left to do, the growth in medical spending from boomers will slow, the NPs will keep expanding their scope of practice, gov will get better at constraining spending. These insurer/tech companies are already a decade ahead of you when it comes to effective use of capital and efficiency. Maybe you can retire before you have to compete? otherwise orgs that haven’t prepared will need to cut…

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QuadraMed Patents

QuadraMed has filed 1 patent.

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4/30/2009

10/9/2012

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10/9/2012

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