Business Insider: OC Communications acquires Signature Building

January 30, 2014 

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Mountain-Pacific Quality Health announced it has been awarded Health Utilization Management Accreditation from URAC. URAC is a Washington, D.C.-based health care accrediting organization that establishes standards for the health care industry. Mountain-Pacific applied to be accredited in Medicaid Utilization Management for durable medical equipment, certain medical and surgical services, inpatient hospital and rehabilitation services, home health and ambulance services.

Meeting the URAC standards ensures that Alaska's Medicaid population receives the most efficient responses to their needs. Mountain-Pacific was also accredited in the core standards, which include management infrastructure, management systems, business agreements and contracting, compliance, policies and procedures.

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OC Communications Inc., a subsidiary of the Ounalashka Corp., recently acquired the Signature Building at 745 W. Fourth Ave. The company owns a second downtown property at 606 E St.

Located east of the Nesbett Courthouse, the property features 37,319 square feet, Class A/A space and is fully leased. In 2012, the Signature Building was awarded the EPA's Energy Star rating, recognizing superior energy performance.

Ounalashka Corp. is the Alaska Native village corporation for Unalaska, formed in 1973 under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971. The business is a real estate leasing, investment and development company.

-- Anchorage Daily News


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