Avega Health Systems History and Company Information at nThrive.com

Avega Health Systems

Avega Health Systems, Inc. History

Avega Health Systems truly evolved along with the health care landscape throughout its history. Founded in 1983, Avega’s mission was to provide health care organization decision-makers with important, precise and timely information needed for the successful management of operations.

Avega positioned itself on the cutting edge of technology – and the changing needs of health care organizations, including acute care hospitals, tertiary care centers, rehabilitation centers, health management organizations and other facilities. In 2005, Avega’s Alliance Suite earned "Best in KLAS" for the KLAS market segment of Business Decision Support.


Avega Health Systems, Inc. became a subsidiary of MedAssets, Inc. in January 2006 to enhance the latter’s revenue cycle management solutions. MedAssets offered revenue cycle and supply chain initiatives to a variety of health care organizations. The company later merged with Precyse in 2015, becoming MedAssets-Precyse. In January of 2016, MedAssets-Precyse acquired Equation, a Utah-based health care analytics and consulting company.

On June 26, 2016, MedAssets-Precyse became nThrive. The solutions carried over from Avega continue to play a crucial role in the company, supporting nThrive’s Patient-to-Payment℠ model.

Health Care Decision Support and Revenue Cycle Management Solutions

Avega solutions integrate financial, clinical and administrative information to support and ease decision-making for health care providers. Here’s a brief description of how these solutions, now offered by nThrive, can help your organization:

  • From software to consulting, nThrive's Solutions strengthen the company's efforts to help clients improve clinical performance, analyze productivity and control costs
  • Revenue cycle services include end-to-end reporting, operational support and data warehousing
  • nThrive software and services are designed to help health care organizations in improving processes, maximizing utilization and identifying cost-saving opportunities
  • One stop for budget management, managed care contract management, and cost management