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AXIOM Selects Foresight Corp. for Integration Partnership
Date:11/8/2007

FREDRICK, Md., Nov. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- AXIOM Systems, Inc., a provider of information system services and products to the managed health care industry, announced it will enhance its TransSend and HIPAA MAXIM applications with technology provided by Foresight Corporation, a pioneer in healthcare transaction automation and analytics.

AXIOM's products automate all payer HIPAA transaction needs and permit healthcare payers to avoid clearinghouse fees by supporting a direct access route for providers and employer groups. TransSend's transaction web portal further leverages the HIPAA transaction sets to enhance Provider and Employer Group satisfaction while delivering operational efficiencies, making the promises of HIPAA a reality. By integrating Foresight's TI Instream(R), AXIOM will enable its clients to maximize the speed and accuracy of the transactions communicated through the TransSend Portal by providing the industry's most trusted real-time data validation engine.

"AXIOM's partnerships are based on the benefits they provide our clients and their ability to support AXIOM's product portfolio growth," stated Richard Howe, CEO, AXIOM Systems, Inc. "Our move to Foresight is based not only on its reputation for delivering high-powered solutions, but for bringing the track record of real collaborative success with its customers and partners that is a differentiator for both companies."

All users of AXIOM's HIPAA products will be upgraded to the new version incorporating the TI Instream engine by the end of November 2007. The Client upgrade process is currently underway and has been transparent and well received.

About AXIOM Systems, Inc.

AXIOM Systems was founded in 1996 with the idea that a dedicated group of Healthcare technology professionals could thrive by providing exemplary services and deliver demonstrable value to Healthcare Payers. Today AXIOM Systems is proud to have earned the moniker, The Healthcare IT Industry Experts, a
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