BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/27/13 -- Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference 2013 - Booth #410 - Oct. 1, 2013 -- NaviNet, America's largest healthcare communications network, today announced that Frank Ingari, chief executive officer, NaviNet, will speak at the Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference 2013, which is being held Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 2013, in Santa Clara, Calif.
For health plans to be able to transform relationships with providers, they will need a new provider network technology strategy and infrastructure, one that goes beyond electronic data interchange (EDI) and a provider portal. Mr. Ingari will focus on why the network is the right foundation on which to build a platform that payers, providers, and patients need.
In a presentation to the Health 2.0 7th Annual Fall Conference 2013 audience, Mr. Ingari will examine the role of the network platform of the future for healthcare and how NaviNet will play a critical part. Secure, adaptable networks are emerging as a critical enabler of healthcare reform. Big data investments have demonstrated promise, but results are inconclusive and slow in coming. Many believe improvements in cost, quality, and patient experience will require a robust multifunctional network that can help coordinate care across the decentralized, heterogeneous system of health plans, agencies, hospitals, labs, specialists, and primary care physicians.
This presentation describes a vision of the Healthcare Communications Network, built as a software platform, with multiple communications modalities ranging from real-time intervention to messaging to secure data file transfers. NaviNet, already operating a nationwide communications network, is rapidly expanding its offering to become such a platform.
Presentation entitled "The Healthcare Network is the Platform"
Frank Ingari, Chief Executive Officer, NaviNet, Inc.
Health 2.0 Fall Conference 2013
Santa Clara Convention Center
Santa Clara, CA
Oct. 1, 2013
3:15-3:45 p.m. PDT
Grand Ballroom AB
NaviNet is America's largest healthcare communications network. The company's flagship multi-payer provider communications platform offers immediate access to the desktops of more than 350,000 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 is expanding its products and services to meet the new demands of the dramatic forces reshaping the fundamental business models of payers and providers. The NaviNet platform includes a series of applications -- the traditional payer-provider applications, being reinvented for accountable care -- plus new capabilities focused on newly available clinical informatics insights. For more information, please visit www.NaviNet.net.