PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Eldorado, a division of MphasiS, an HP company, announced today that EMI Health, formerly Educators Mutual Insurance Association of Utah, is now licensing Eldorado’s flexible payer platform, Javelina, to deliver benefits administration services to its large base of corporate, government and education clients located throughout Utah and Arizona.
According to EMI Health President Steve Morrison, Javelina delivers both administrative and member-centric capabilities that reduce overall costs while also providing better access to its more than 52,000 medical members and 109,000 dental members.
“Javelina’s ability to combine multiple systems into one integrated platform will help drive down administrative costs and support increased operational transparency,” Morrison said. “Equally important, it provides online enrollment capabilities that position EMI Health as a leader in the emerging consumer-driven healthcare market.”
Eldorado President Sally Else said she was pleased EMI Health has chosen Eldorado as its partner and that Javelina will be a great asset to a company that has witnessed so many changes in healthcare during its long history of service yet continues to grow and thrive.
“One of the reasons EMI Health has had such longevity in healthcare has been its ability to evolve with the ever-changing demands of the industry,” Else said. “We’re pleased EMI Health recognized that Javelina’s integrated, open source platform has the flexibility to accommodate the changes ahead while also helping them reduce current costs and support future growth.”
Headquartered in Utah, EMI Health is a mutually owned, nonprofit provider of health benefits products and services. Originally founded in 1935 as a teachers’ welfare organization, today it serves a variety of customers including corporate, government, public education and higher education groups.
Javelina is Eldorado’s award-winning benefits administration payer platform. Its fully integrated technology and functionality are designed to ensure performance-driven operations. Its open source architecture and expanded interoperability maximize efficiency of enterprise resources and reduce manual processes by incorporating real-time workflow management. Javelina is CORE ready and 5010 and ICD10 compliant.
Based in Phoenix, Arizona, Eldorado, a division of MphasiS, an HP Company, specializes in health insurance application development, business process outsourcing services, information technology engineering and operational consulting. The company serves the full spectrum of organizations engaged in managing health benefit plans including third party administrators, health plans, employers and self-insured organizations. Together, Eldorado customers manage five million lives and handle 35 million claims annually. For more information, visit www.eldoinc.com.
MphasiS is a $1 billion global service provider, delivering technology based solutions to clients across the world. MphasiS services clients in Banking & Capital Markets, Insurance, Manufacturing, Communications, Media & Entertainment, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Transportation & Logistics, Retail & Consumer Packaged Goods, Energy & Utilities, and Governments around the world. Our competency lies in our ability to offer integrated service offerings in Applications, Infrastructure Services, and Business Process Outsourcing. To know more about MphasiS, log on to www.mphasis.com.
About EMI Health
EMI Health, formerly Educators Mutual Insurance Association of Utah, is a nonprofit organization, which has been serving the needs of employers for 75 years by maximizing health benefits while keeping premiums at a minimum. EMI Health offers insurance benefits and services to corporate, government, public education and higher education groups such as the Utah Transit Authority, Alpine School District and Salt Lake County. Plans are underwritten or provided by Educators Mutual Insurance Association of Utah and Educators Health Plan Life, Accident and Health. For more information, please visit www.emihealth.com.