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Webinar: Getting Ready for HIPAA 5010

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Event Details

Topic: Getting Ready for HIPAA 5010
Date: Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Time: 12:00 - 13:00 EST
09:00 - 10:00 PST
Speaker: Rajiv Sabharwal, Chief Solutions Architect, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Infosys
Moderator: Chip Means, Web Editor, Healthcare IT News, Healthcare Finance News

 

Webinar Highlights
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) 5010 is full of opportunities. Increase in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and reduction in partner-specific companion guides due to standardization of transactions are some of its benefits. Healthcare Payors and Providers can utilize the new data to enhance efficiency in their internal processes.

At the same time, healthcare companies must not underestimate the risks associated with HIPAA 5010. A glitch in a core process can reduce the amount of electronic processing significantly and drop claims to paper - an undesirable situation for both Payors and Providers.

View the webinar and learn how to:

  • Identify and streamline your focus on opportunities created through a HIPAA 5010 implementation
  • Realize the business benefits of HIPAA 5010
  • Reduce risks of HIPAA 5010 transition and plan effective remediation
  • Manage HIPAA 5010 transition with a variety of approaches

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Speaker Profiles

Rajiv

Rajiv provides functional and architectural guidance and has been the chief architect of various solutions. He has managed more than 80 projects across various business areas and technology platforms. Rajiv has extensive experience in application development and solution architecting.

 

Chip

Chip has worked as a freelance writer in Massachusetts, Oregon and Maine prior to his career in MedTech Publishing Company. He also has experience in radio journalism.

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