LexisNexis Buys Healthcare IT Provider Enclarity; Lee Rivas Comments

LexisNexis w:borderLexisNexis Risk Solutions has acquired healthcare information technology provider Enclarity for an undisclosed amount the company looks to grow its identity, fraud and clinical analytics offerings.

Enclarity’s health care provider data will be a part of LexisNexis’ existing analytics platforms and workflows, LexisNexis said Wednesday.

Lee Rivas, LexisNexis CEO of public sector and healthcare, said the company aims for the acquisition to help health care organizations manage cost and identity transparency.

LexisNexis will start offering customers healthcare services intended to help identify and prevent fraud, waste and abuse through identity management.

The company will also help with predictive modeling and clinical analytics.

Clinical analytics firm MEDai joined LexisNexis Risk Solutions in July from a LexisNexis sister company and LexisNexas acquired anti-fraud technology maker EDIWatch in July 2012.

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