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EDS Selects Edifecs Healthcare Accelerator Suite for Claims Processing Solution
Date:5/19/2008

BELLEVUE, Wash., May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Edifecs, the leader in B2B solutions for transaction interoperability, today announced that EDS has selected the Edifecs Healthcare Accelerator Suite to automate data validation, splitting, and routing for health care transactions in both real-time and batch modes within the product and development areas of the EDS MetaVance(R) Administration and Finance System.

"Edifecs has provided EDS with industry-leading transaction validation and compliance solutions for several years," said Sunny Singh, Edifecs CEO. "Expansion to EDS MetaVance product portfolio is the next logical step. EDS MetaVance customers can now benefit from the seamless integration of our product lines, and fully validated transactions across all healthcare standards, including HIPAA, HL7, NCPDP, emerging XML standards and many more."

"Compliance is a priority for EDS and its clients," said Sean Kenny, vice president, EDS Global Healthcare Industry. "The Edifecs product suite not only adds deep transactional compliance functionality and scalability to the MetaVance application, but also provides greater flexibility to evolve with industry standards and requirements."

The Edifecs Healthcare suite delivers accelerators and applications that solve some of the most difficult problems in electronic healthcare transaction processing, such as maintaining compliance with standards, visibility and accountability across the transaction workflow and access to transactional data in near real-time for business performance management and analytics. With an 11-year history in providing superior products and services in the transaction arena, Edifecs products and services are used by over 240 healthcare organizations, including Blue Plans, Medicaid, Commercial payers and providers, both directly and through its top-tier partner network.

About Edifecs, Inc.

Edifecs helps organizations achieve interoperability and return on investment by simplifying the adoption of standard electronic transactions and deriving business value from trading partner communities. 2008 marks 12 years of Edifecs' expertise in providing innovative technology solutions to over 1000 clients worldwide. Founded in 1996, Edifecs is headquartered in Bellevue, WA. Company website: http://www.edifecs.com. Contact: Kevin Pierce 425-452-0622, kevinp@edifecs.com.


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