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Insurers Administrative Corporation Joins the Availity Network
Date:4/27/2009

Health Care Providers Have No-Cost Access to IAC for Electronic Claims

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Availity, LLC, the industry's premier health information network, today announced that Insurers Administrative Corporation (IAC) has become a client for the transmission of HIPAA compliant electronic claims. As an Availity client, health care providers can submit IAC claims through the Availity(R) Health Information Network free of charge.

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"Availity's relationship with IAC brings us one step further to improving the health care industry," said Russ Thomas, president and chief operating officer for Availity. "Our goal is to deliver solutions that improve administrative efficiencies, enhance the patient experience, and reduce the cost of health care delivery."

Since its inception in 1978, IAC has become a leading administration and marketing organization in the fully insured health insurance market.

"Our relationship with Availity is an integral part of our overall strategy to provide hassle-free transactions between IAC and our provider community," said Christy Wood, senior vice president of administration for IAC. "Availity's positive reputation and scalable architecture proved to be a natural fit."

About Availity, LLC - Patients. Not Paperwork.(R)

Availity optimizes information exchange between multiple health care stakeholders through a single, secure network. The Availity Health Information Network encompasses administrative, financial, and clinical services, supporting both real-time and batch exchange via the web, business to business (B2B) integration, and electronic data interchange (EDI). For more information, including an online demonstration, please visit www.availity.com.

About Insurers Administrative Corporation

Insurers Administrative Corporation (IAC), headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, is a leading third-party administrator and marketing organization in the fully insured major medical market. Established in 1978, IAC specializes in small group major medical (2-50 lives), individual and family major medical, limited benefit medical for individuals, and ancillary health insurance products.


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