Compare Managed Care Systems MCSI Impact vs. McKesson Interqual

Managed Care Systems MCSI Impact is ranked 4th in Medical Insurance Claims Software while McKesson Interqual is ranked 1st in Medical Insurance Claims Software. Managed Care Systems MCSI Impact is rated 0, while McKesson Interqual is rated 0. On the other hand, Managed Care Systems MCSI Impact is most compared with McKesson Interqual, whereas McKesson Interqual is most compared with McKesson ClaimsXten, Ram Technologies HealthSuite and Managed Care Systems MCSI Impact.
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Evaluate reaction speed and accuracy after a concussion to identify recovery progressMcKesson InterQual is an Evidence-Based Clinical Criteria that provides support covering medical and behavioral health across all levels of care as well as care planning and complex care management. InterQual's comprehensive portfolio includes five content suites: InterQual Level of Care Criteria, InterQual Behavioral Health Criteria, InterQual Care Planning Criteria, Content Powered by InterQual and InterQual Coordinated Care Content. InterQual Criteria connects and aligns payers, providers and other organizations with evidence‐based clinical intelligence that helps care management decisions, support care, manage medical resources.
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