|By Marketwired .||
|May 6, 2014 12:01 PM EDT||
BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/06/14 -- IEEE Computer Society - NaviNet, America's largest healthcare network community, today announced that Frank Ingari, chief executive officer, NaviNet, will speak at the IEEE Computer Society-sponsored Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud conference, which is being held on May 6, 2014, in Boston, Mass.
Ingari will serve on "The Intersection of Privacy, Mobility and Cloud" panel, which will be moderated by Josh Greenbaum, principal, Enterprise Applications Consulting. Fellow panelists are Yoram Mizrachi, CTO and founder, Perfecto Mobile, and George Reese, Executive Director and Senior Distinguished Engineer, Dell Software.
Ingari will discuss why cloud-based computing and its optimization ability will be the key enabler of innovative healthcare industry solutions of the future. He will address the criticality of leveraging secure, adaptable SaaS-based solutions to transform payer-provider collaboration. Through these solutions, healthcare providers are empowered to become more efficient, share information across new geographies, and better manage their increasingly complex value-based financial contracts.
"The Intersection of Privacy, Mobility and Cloud"
Frank Ingari, chief executive officer, NaviNet, Inc.
Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud Conference
Sheraton Boston Hotel
May 6, 2014
2:05-3:00 p.m. EDT
NaviNet is America's largest healthcare network community. The company's flagship multi-payer provider communications platform offers immediate access to the desktops of more than 375,000 administrative and clinical staff in more than 70% of the nation's provider organizations. The network is sponsored largely by healthcare payers, who benefit from the efficient communication of common provider-to-payer interactions, such as insurance verification, reimbursement investigation, referrals, and authorizations. NaviNet Open is a SaaS-based enterprise-class software product line designed to serve payer customers and provider users. It consists of a series of layers: a platform, a set of network services, a suite of applications, and a set of tools that customers can use to configure and customize the system. For more information, please visit www.NaviNet.net.
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