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Providers Believe Healthcare Reform Will Increase Their Costs, According to IVANS Survey
Date:6/4/2009

rds (EHRs) could have a positive impact on their businesses, but 82% cited lack of budget as their biggest challenge in implementing HIT. Only 17% of providers surveyed are participating or planning to participate in a Health Information Exchange (HIE) over the next 12 months. Without the mechanism to share records among a patient's caregivers (e.g. via Health Information Exchanges or similar data exchanges), the value of an EHR is severely restricted, and providers could face reduced payments from Medicare and other payers if a system lacks interoperability.

"While there are many pieces to the healthcare puzzle that still need to be figured out, the use of HIEs and EHRs will create greater information transparency and will play a critical role in whether healthcare reform succeeds or does not," said DeNicola. "The government needs to get tactical about what qualifies for the funding and what doesn't as providers are wary to start implementation without this understanding."

About IVANS
IVANS Inc. provides the property/casualty insurance and healthcare industries with fully managed network, electronic data interchange (EDI) and agency-company interface solutions to help solve complex business issues. Headquartered in Stamford, Conn. and a CMS approved vendor, IVANS serves over 700 insurance and healthcare organizations, more than 30,000 independent agents and 135,000 healthcare providers. With over 25 years of experience successfully managing networks, the company also offers its clients relentless customer service, security solutions, reliable and accessible technical helpdesk support and expert enablement. IVANS, which was formed by 21 insurance companies, also has offices in Tampa, Fla. and Cincinnati, Ohio. For information, visit www.ivans.com.

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