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Edifecs, CAQH and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Will Examine CORE Phase II Testing Outcomes and Lessons Learned at HIMSS09 Interoperability Showcase
Date:4/4/2009

nd remaining deductible as well as "In Network" and "Out of Network" variances.
  • CORE Connectivity: Incorporated into aspects of HITSP Interoperability Specifications, CORE Connectivity is paving the way for the increased access to administrative data and compatibility between administrative and clinical data exchange. Adoption of a connectivity standard by payers, vendors and industry-wide initiatives is critical to making e-Health a reality.

  • Entities must complete a testing process leveraging Edifecs CORE-authorized Phase I and or CORE Phase II Certification testing product.. This service confirms that an organization's batch and/or online real-time systems and applications comply with the CORE Phase I and Phase II rules. Phase I certification is required prior to completing Phase II certification, however the Edifecs CORE testing product now allows for entities to complete Phase I and II certification testing during a single, integrated process.

    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. 2009 marks 14 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: www.edifecs.com. Contact: Kevin Pierce, 425-452-0622, kevin.pierce@edifecs.com.

    About Harvard Pilgrim Health Care

    Harvard Pilgrim Health Care is a not-for-profit health plan that provides a variety of insurance plan options and self-funding arrangements to more than one mill
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