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Debra Strickland joins Foresight Corporation in time for HIPAA 5010 Mandate
Date:10/15/2008

DUBLIN, Ohio, Oct. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Foresight Corporation is pleased to announce that healthcare industry expert Debra Strickland has joined the company's Development division as Senior Solutions Architect.

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In this role, she will work closely with prospects and customers to propose and design new technical solutions, serve as a liaison between Foresight and key healthcare industry groups, influence Foresight product roadmaps, and support Foresight's Sales and Marketing teams. The position will enable Foresight to draw from her experience in leadership roles with the Workgroup for EDI (WEDI) and X12, where she spearheaded development of the 835 remittance advice transaction, developed new transactional models for consumer-directed health plans, and helped articulate the interpretation of the real-time adjudication business process model.

"Deb brings with her a wealth of expertise in private and public healthcare forums that will be extremely valuable as we continue to expand our product offerings to customers and prospects," states Robert A. Fisher, CEO of Foresight. "We're especially excited to be able to offer her professional services to help payers with the HIPAA 5010 conversion as the healthcare mandate rolls out."

Strickland's healthcare tenure includes prior positions with Payformance Corp. (Jacksonville), Aetna Insurance Company (Hartford) and eEmergence (Albany NY). Her experience spans a variety of areas: healthcare payer-provider services, systems integrations and client consultations, customized solutions development, quality assurance, product management, and health network management. She is widely regarded as an expert on 5010 migration, consumer directed health plan models, and EDI transitions and cost benefits. She holds Bachelor and Masters Degrees from Springfield College
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