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Medata average salary is $95,000, median salary is $95,000 with a salary range from $95,000 to $95,000.
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Associate 95,000-95,000 New York, NY, 10001 2016 Medata Associate Salaries (1)
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  • Medata Inc
  • Industry: Information Services
  • City: Tustin, CA
  • Medata offers a comprehensive and highly customizable bill review engine for both Workers' Compensation and Personal Injury. Medata has an outstanding record as a provider of Bill Review software to National Property and Casualty Insurers, State Compensation Agencies, Self-Insured and Third Party Administrators. Medata's core engine is loaded with all available State and Federal Fee Schedules, Medata's Proprietary Reasonable Charge Database (TALLY) and the ability to load unlimited PPO schedules. In addition to the numerous rules and edits already built into the system, our clients have the ability to customize their edits and managed care rules. No matter how many