SEATTLE, April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Milliman Care Guidelines LLC, A Milliman Company, has released its 14th Edition of clinical
In 2010, Milliman's clinical content and software have again been updated with the most current evidence available, helping clients to deliver effective, efficient care to their members and patients. In addition, new and enhanced care management solutions expand support of provider and payor goals to improve quality of care, increase consistency, and enjoy enriched access to clinical content within clinical and review workflow.
New tools and enhancements now available include:
About Milliman Care Guidelines
Milliman Care Guidelines LLC, A Milliman Company, is located in Seattle, and independently develops and produces evidence-based clinical guidelines and software used by more than 1,700 clients, including more than 950 hospitals, seven of the eight largest US health plans, and 25 Centers for Medicare and Medicaid audit contractors. Covering the continuum of care, the seven-product Care Guidelines series is updated annually by an experienced team of clinicians and is used to support the care management of a majority of Americans. For more information, visit www.careguidelines.com.
Milliman is among the world's largest independent actuarial and consulting firms. Founded in Seattle in 1947 as Milliman & Robertson, the company currently has 52 offices in key locations worldwide. Milliman employs over 2,400 people. The firm has consulting practices in healthcare, employee benefits, property & casualty insurance, life insurance and financial services. Milliman serves the full spectrum of business, financial, government, union, education and nonprofit organizations. For further information, visit www.milliman.com.
SOURCE Milliman Care Guidelines LLC
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