Medata News

Medata Gives Back This Holiday Season!

by Medata Inc • January 7, 2019

This holiday season, Medata had the opportunity to give back to two amazing charities!  Our staff came together and really out did themselves with their donations.  Our proceeds benefited Free Wheelchair Mission and Casa Teresa.  Free Wheelchair Mission builds and ships wheelchairs to developing countries, and Casa Teresa provides a loving home to pregnant women

Press Release: Medata Opens New Office in Henderson, NV

by Medata Inc • October 12, 2018

HENDERSON, Nev.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Medata, the leading medical cost containment technology company in workers’ compensation and auto liability lines, just opened a new office in Henderson, Nevada. To read the full article click HERE.

Mother’s Day Donation Drive for Casa Teresa

by Medata Inc • May 14, 2018

Medata hosted a Mother’s Day Donation Drive, which included bringing in pampering items, for the Mother’s at Casa Teresa. Deeply rooted in the Orange County community, Casa Teresa provides pregnant women in crisis a loving home to begin their healing journey. A few employees had the opportunity to deliver the gifts, tour the facility and meet

Medata Gives Back!

by Medata Inc • March 9, 2018

Medata is committed to giving back to communities. A few of our wonderful volunteer employees had the opportunity to spend eight hours painting homes and had an awesome time engaging in a positive team-building activity. Soon, five lucky families will be able to call these houses their homes and we could not be more excited

Medata’s Todd Brown Moderates Claim Track Session at AASCIF

by Medata Inc • July 10, 2017

Medata’s Practice Leader of Compliance and Regulatory Affairs, Todd Brown, moderated for a panel at AASCIF on the important role of State Funds in the establishment, administration and analysis of state fee schedules.

Red Nose Day!

by Medata Inc • May 25, 2017

Medata employees had a great time participating in Red Nose Day – We were happy to support Comic Relief Inc. by helping spread awareness about child poverty.