|By PR Newswire||
|April 21, 2014 08:22 AM EDT||
TAMPA, Fla., April 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- e-Integrate's Industry Process Application Kits (IPAK) were among the first to market with integration points to fully comply with the CMS and State specific 834 & 820 EDI transaction sets, and now have advanced the simplicity of integration with the release if IPAK 7.2 with out-of-box views for 834 EDI Enrollment and 820 EDI Financial transactions.
Because regulations, such as Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Affordable Care Act (ACA), require trading partners to connect with the Health Exchanges to transmit and receive specific transaction formats - interoperability connection points, such as IPAKs are required to connect data to specific Carrier business processes.
Rahul Deosthale, President of e-Integrate, said, "IPAKs help Exchanges and Carriers connect in a way that easily optimizes operational processes and data integrations, with greater agility than ever before. We see this as the new baseline best-practice for accelerating interoperability."
e-Integrate's IPAKs were used to integrate the latest version of EDI transactions for Enrollment and Financial data of CMS and four State Exchanges for five major Health Insurance Carriers.
For more information about e-Integrate and their suite of products and services, call 866.268.8116 or visit http://eintegrate.net.
e-Integrate is headquartered in Tampa, FL with more than 75 employees, offering business management solutions, information technology consulting and software development services.
Media Contact: Adriana Sandoval, e-Integrate, 8662688116, [email protected]
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