Thursday, August 16, 2012

Strengthen Your IT Systems to Prepare for Health Insurance Exchanges

Health insurance exchanges rely on coordination between various departments within health plans, as well as coordination with state and federal entities, including Social Security, Medicaid and the US Treasury. There’s also the challenge of making all of the information available in real-time, since purchasers expect verification NOW.

Health Insurance Exchange Congress speaker Kevin Yang, Chief Information Officer for the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange recently stated, “We’re working with local health plans to coordinate our IT systems, so consumers will have a seamless experience when purchasing insurance through our exchange. We want to make sure they understand what their product choices are and what benefits they qualify for, streamlining the overall enrollment process.”

Kevin Yang and others at the 2nd Annual Health Insurance Exchange Congress, taking place on November 13 – 14 in Chicago. For more about his session in addition to other IT considerations that will be shared from state officials in Oregon, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, download the agenda.  The  event will take place November 13-14, 2012 in Chicago, IL. As a reader of this blog, you’ll save 15% off the standard rate when you register to join us and mention code XP1710BLOG! If you have any questions about the program, feel free to email Jennifer Pereira.

1 comment:

Shania Simpsons said...

Hastening and degreeably shortening the lengthy process to avail of the benefits of health insurance is good news for both the client and clientele. With automated and well organized management of several necessary data belonging to the clients, they'll be able to use the full benefits of their insurance sooner and when they need it.