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Edifecs(TM) and Axway Announce a Partnership Targeting Innovative HIPAA 5010 Migration Solutions.
Date:5/20/2009

Edifecs unveiled a new partnership with Axway to provide innovative solutions specially designed by healthcare migration professionals and technologists to address the challenges of implementing HIPAA 5010 transactions in a timely and cost-effective manner.

BELLEVUE, Wash., May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Edifecs, the foremost leader in healthcare electronic transactions simplification and systems interoperability, and Axway, a global provider of multi-enterprise solutions and infrastructure, announced the creation of a joint partnership to provide integrated migration solutions for healthcare organizations meeting the new federal HIPAA rules. An updated X12 Version 5010 transaction standard has been mandated for implementation by January 1, 2012 requiring significant data migration to support future nationwide electronic healthcare interchange initiatives throughout the United States.

Many healthcare organizations will experience on-going solution, skill, and service gaps in their future deployment efforts. The challenges and expense of a version 5010 migration has many healthcare CIOs exploring innovative options to meet their implementation needs. With this in mind, Edifecs5010(TM) Migration was developed as an end-to-end solution specifically for the healthcare industry. The solution extends existing investments in Edifecs and Axway EDI enablement products, including components of the Edifecs Healthcare Suite(TM) and Axway's Synchrony products, while providing effective full service strategic and process improvement consulting along each step of the migration path.

"The clock is quickly ticking down to January 1, 2012," declared Todd Feinroth, Senior Vice President, Sales and Alliances, Edifecs Inc. "Healthcare organizations' strategic and tactical plans need to rapidly embrace the inherent process improvement benefits and operational savings of 5010. In order for the healthcare industry to
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