A software company is releasing a new package of administrative systems and services aimed at the “value-based health care” market.

HealthInsight, Minneapolis, a health plan technology company, says insurers, plan administrators and employers can use the system to create personalized action plans for plan enrollees facing selected health conditions and risk factors, then apply benefits in a way that will help the enrollees improve their health, the company says.

The package also include an adult personal health record system that can offer individuals a personalized health action tracking scorecard, HealthInsight says.

In other insurance technology news:

- Eldorado Computing Inc., Phoenix, Ariz., will be building data analysis and reporting technology from Benefit Informatics Inc., Tulsa, Okla., into Eldorado health benefit and claims management programs.

- Computer Sciences Corp., Falls Church, Va., is introducing and promoting a collection of software applications aimed at users of cellular telephones and other wireless devices.

At a recent conference, CSC demonstrated an app that provides mobile access to the company’s WikonnecT insurance community site.

The company also reports that it is developing apps for BlackBerry smartphones.

- FINEOS Corp., Dublin, says International Business Machines Corp., Armonk, N.Y., has validated its software for use with the IBM Insurance Process Acceleration Framework.