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updated: 4/2/2013 7:42 AM

Lone Star TPA & Employer Plan Services, inc. expand partnership with Context

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Naperville-based Context 4 Healthcare, Inc. has announced an expanded partnership with Lone Star TPA of Tyler, TX and Employer Plan Services, Inc. (EPSI) of Houston, TX. Both organizations have begun utilizing Context's FirstPass(TM) medical claims editing solution. Lone Star TPA, a proven leader in Health Benefits Administration and Population Health Management, will utilize Context's solution within their medical claims adjudication system. The agreement will enable Lone Star & EPSI to improve adjudication performance and lower adjudication costs through early detection of inaccurate claims. Both organizations have previously been utilizing Context's DecisionPoint(TM) Usual, Customary, & Reasonable health payment benchmarking databases.

"We are excited about our expanded partnership with Context to utilize FirstPass(TM). We understand the everyday concerns facing businesses with the continued rising cost of medical and dental plans. Utilizing tools like FirstPass(TM) helps us by decreasing our own costs as well as providing accurate and timely adjudication for our clients," adds LaRea Albert, Chief Executive Officer of Lone Star TPA & Chief Operating Officer of EPSI.

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