SOURCE: Enclarity Inc.

March 11, 2008 12:00 ET

Enclarity and Mitchell Medical Partner to Sell ProviderPoint Solution to Property and Casualty Insurance Market

Healthcare and Property and Casualty Insurance: Two Industries, Same Problem, One Easy Solution

ALISO VIEJO, CA--(Marketwire - March 11, 2008) - Enclarity Inc., a leading healthcare information solutions company, and Mitchell Medical, a leading provider of information, workflow and performance management solutions to the automobile casualty claim industry, are partnering to sell Enclarity's award-winning ProviderPoint® solution to the property and casualty insurance market. The healthcare insurance and the property and casualty insurance industries suffer from the same problem of bad provider data. Enclarity ProviderPoint addresses this problem by supplying the most correct, current and comprehensive provider information available. Mitchell Medical will resell ProviderPoint to its customers for use with its Decision Point® suite of products.

"Bad provider data is prevalent in any industry where medical claims are processed, including property and casualty," said Sean Downs, president and chief executive officer, Enclarity. "Payers use provider data every day for claims processing, and without accurate provider information, our clients suffer millions in lost revenue when claims fall out of the auto-adjudication process. By combining our efforts, Enclarity enters a new market and Mitchell is able to deliver a proven data cleansing and augmentation solution to the automobile casualty insurance market."

Mitchell Medical will sell Enclarity's ProviderPoint solution as a companion to its industry-leading Decision Point suite of products to handle claims more accurately for their customers. The power of ProviderPoint combined with Decision Point will:

--  Reduce loss adjustment expenses by handling claims more accurately
--  Improve provider relations by processing claims faster
--  Reduce cycle times by increasing auto adjudication of electronic

"We are very excited to partner with Enclarity to provide this unique solution to our customers," said Tom McCarthy, executive vice president and founder of Mitchell Medical. "Our customers have the same issues and challenges of dealing with the side effects of bad provider information. Through technology and process, we will be able to access the most up-to-date and accurate provider information in the industry from a proven leader in this market."

Enclarity will attend the Mitchell Medical Industry Conference in Monterey, Calif., March 17-19, 2008.

About Enclarity

Enclarity® solves healthcare's provider information problem. The company delivers correct, current and comprehensive provider information solutions by blending thousands of data sources, advanced analytics and healthcare expertise. As a result, its clients improve results in many areas, including claims processing, provider directories and network analysis. Named one of the Top 100 private technology companies in North America by Red Herring magazine and awarded the Global Healthcare Information Technology Excellence Award by Frost & Sullivan, Enclarity is headquartered in Aliso Viejo, Calif. Enclarity's investment partners include Bain Capital Ventures and Ignition Partners. For more information, visit

About Mitchell Medical

The Mitchell Medical division within Mitchell International, Inc. ( provides the Insurance P&C market with a variety of technology, database and service solutions with one goal in mind -- enable our clients to process their automotive medical claims in a timely, accurate and fair manner. Mitchell Medical has a 20 year track record of delivering high-quality products and services to auto insurance carriers, service providers and TPAs, allowing them to audit and evaluate first and third-party provider and hospital bills. Mitchell Medical currently serves many of the top automobile P&C companies. Mitchell International is a leading provider of information, workflow, and performance management solutions to the automotive insurance claims industry, serving carriers, collision repair facilities, and other commercial participants in the physical damage and auto-related medical claims markets.

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