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Edifecs Testifies Before NCVHS Standards Subcommittee Regarding HIPAA 5010 and ICD-10 Testing

BELLEVUE, Wash., Dec. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Edifecs, Inc., the proven leader in HIPAA 5010 and Healthcare Channel Modernization solutions, announced today that Sunny Singh, Edifecs CEO, was invited by the NCVHS (National Committee for Vital and Health Statistics) to present his perspective regarding HIPAA 5010 and ICD-10 testing.

The invitation from NCVHS is a recognition of Edifecs' 14 years of experience and leadership serving the healthcare industry. With more than 350 customers that include payers, providers, clearinghouses and other healthcare entities, and millions of transactions conducted monthly using its software, Edifecs and its employees have amassed invaluable expertise and knowledge about the healthcare industry.

During his testimony, Singh elaborated on the various types of testing pertinent to the healthcare industry, shared the current status of 5010 and ICD-10 testing based on Edifecs' extensive customer experiences and interactions, and presented his recommendations to help streamline the 5010 and ICD-10 testing efforts.

Edifecs also released a white paper outlining its point of view regarding HIPAA 5010 and ICD-10 testing that was presented at the NCVHS testimony. The white paper is currently available at

Official transcripts and recordings of the NCVHS testimony will be available through the NCVHS website at

In addition to providing a comprehensive HIPAA 5010 compliance solution, Edifecs also helps customers with migration to HIPAA 5010 through the Edifecs5010(TM) Compliance Online which is a free and comprehensive scenario-based testing and certification service for 5010 transactions. Edifecs5010(TM) Compliance Online also offers free 4010A1-5010 Comparison Manuals and 5010 Companion Guides. More information is available at

About Edifecs, Inc.

An industry leader since 1996, Edifecs provides healthcare software and solutions that automate exchange of information between doctors, hospitals, insurance companies and other healthcare organizations. Edifecs' healthcare offerings enable compliance with current mandates, improve governance through enhanced end-to-end visibility and enhance operational efficiency by reducing costs.

Edifecs has more than 350 healthcare customers (that include Blue Plans, Medicaid, State and Federal agencies and Healthcare Providers) and partners such as IBM, Oracle, TIBCO, Informatica and Axway.

Edifecs has been recognized as one of the 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in Washington state, 100 best places to work for in Washington state, and Inc.5000 fastest growing companies in the US. Edifecs' CEO is a recognized business leader (40-Under-40). Edifecs is headquartered in Bellevue, WA.

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