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Minnesota Health Plans Select IGI and ORBIT(R) to Power First State-Mandated Shift to Standardized, Electronic Data Exchange between Plans and Providers

PISCATAWAY, N.J., June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Minnesota has become the first state in the nation to cut red tape by requiring all health care providers to electronically submit insurance claims to health plans, using a single set of data standards. The law, referred to as the E3 Initiative, will also r...

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Meridian Health Pilots Electronic Transfer Form

...cation on how to use the form. About Infotech Global, Inc. (IGI) igi is a Healthcare information technology solutions provider focused on emergi...s and hospitals, patients, employers, health plans and system vendors. igi is headquartered at 371 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, New Jersey and can be contac...

IGI Announces Portal Designed to Maximize Data Sharing Between Hospitals and Their Affiliated Physicians

...ata and integration services. Integration between igi ORBIT(R) and Intel(R) SOA Expressway for Healthcar...ates data as it moves across a healthcare network. igi ORBIT(R) utilizes Intel(R) SOA Expressway for Heal...hich drives down total deployment costs." The igi ORBIT(R) portal framework has open capabilities fo...

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