Medata News

Press Release: MedRisk acquires Medata to further improve the claims experience for customers, patients, and providers

by Medata Inc • January 9, 2024
King of Prussia, Pa (January 9, 2024) — MedRisk, the leader in managed physical rehabilitation in workers’ compensation, has announced its acquisition of Medata, one of the leading providers of cost management and clinical solutions in the United States. With this acquisition, customers of both companies will have access to expanded care management and cost

Press Release: Medata Announces New Medical Director

by Medata Inc • November 1, 2023
Medata would like to express its gratitude for the tenure of our Medical Director, David Deitz, MD, PhD who has served our Utilization Review Department since its inception. Dr. Deitz will be retiring from this position beginning November 1st, 2023. Dr. Deitz has proven invaluable as an important member of our management team guiding and

2022 Legislative Recap

by Medata Inc • February 6, 2023
Overall, the 2022 calendar year remained stable with regards to workers’ compensation legislation. One may ask why states are not doing more to reform or shake up their workers’ compensation system? The answer: premiums are stable and continue to trend downward. Activity in workers’ compensation increases as premium rise and threaten the business environment in

Webinar: Data Modeling & Analytics Made Easy

by Medata Inc • August 25, 2021

Business Intelligence is not just for IT departments any longer. Data analysis is a critical business skill for anyone in management today. Join our FREE interactive webinar where our panel will demonstrate and take questions on how they were able to achieve the “made easy” approach to understanding data collection and modeling of workers’ compensation claims information.

Webinar: A 2021 Perspective On Fee Schedules

by Medata Inc • February 10, 2021

Hear what’s happening in the ever-increasing state of workers’ compensation and auto fee schedule usage and compliance. As expected, COVID dominates the news even in our regulatory industry updates. COVID created 16% more fee schedule activity and changes in 2020 over 2019. Our panel of regulatory and legislative experts and analysts will discuss recent challenges

Medata’s Monthly Compliance Newsletter

by Medata Inc • August 20, 2020

Did you know Medata publishes a monthly newsletter, The Link, with compliance and regulatory updates? Depend on us and stay current on newly enacted and upcoming fee schedule changes, regulatory activity & legislative actions. Click Here to register for The Link today!

2020 Scholarship Recipient

by Medata Inc • August 6, 2020

Medata believes in the value of education and has established a scholarship program for employees and their families to reward academically outstanding students who are furthering their educational goals. It is with great pleasure to announce that Clara Nguyen has been selected to receive this year’s Medata Scholarship. Clara is a fourth year at the University of California,

URAC Accreditation

by Medata Inc • July 30, 2020

Medata is proud to have earned URAC accreditation for Workers Compensation Utilization Management. The URAC accreditation seal demonstrates Medata’s commitment to quality, nationally recognized guidelines and evidence-based medicine. Clients can be assured that our processes meet widely recognized national standards and respect patients’ and providers’ rights. View our accreditation.

Welcome to the Medata Family!

by Medata Inc • July 10, 2020

Working remotely can create challenges to a company’s culture. Some may argue that technology disconnects us from one another. However, at Medata we pride ourselves on our strong family culture. During these unprecedented times we have grown to be an even more cohesive family unit. Our “Let’s Stay Connected” activity is a different theme each

Our Commitment to Compliance

by Medata Inc • May 4, 2020

In a matter of weeks, the US healthcare system has seen dramatic changes as the result of the COVID-19 virus. What was once perceived as an unfathomable situation has become our new normal. How does this effect the workers’ compensation community? The focus for state agencies has been on evaluations, testing, diagnostics, and reimbursement and