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Health Exchange Data Management and Data Integration Webinar 4.09.13

April 11, 2013 No Comments

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Health Insurance Exchange ecosystem mandates representation of the data in an application-neutral way (or canonical form) in real-time to facilitate its movement between public/private exchanges and payers. Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA) compliant Business Process Management (BPM), Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) technologies overcome these many-to-many data integration challenges with greater emphasize on reusability, configurability, and scalability.

Participants should gain an in-depth understanding of BPM/ESB/SOA role in the health insurance exchange world and specific best practices of how to ensure the success of payer-exchange integration projects.

Speakers include:
Eugene Sayan — Founder & CEO, Softheon
Craig Le Clair — Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research, Inc. (Guest Speaker)

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