Keynote Speaker for Health Care E-Business Conference Announced.
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LITTLE ROCK, Ark.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 27, 2002
Direct from MedicalNewswire.com--The Health Care EBusiness Collaborative announces that Ruben Jose King-Shaw, Deputy Administrator & Chief Operating Executive of the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMMS CMMS Computerized Maintenance Management System
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n.pr department in the U.S. agency of Health and Human Services responsible for the oversight of the Medicaid and Medicare benefit programs, including guidelines, payment, and coverage policies. . Prior to assuming responsibility at CMMS Mr. King-Shaw was the Secretary of the Florida Agency for Health care Administration (AHCA AHCA Agency for Health Care Administration
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Mr. King-Shaw will discuss "Government & Industry Attacking Inefficiency, Medical Errors, Fraud & Abuse Through Collaborative Estandards Implementation."
The conference will be held April 2-4, at the Adams Mark Hotel & Convention Center in Dallas, TX.
Also headlining this year's conference are Joe Pleasant, Chairman of the Coalition for Healthcare eStandards; Robert Hankin, PhD., President of Health Industry Business Communications Council; Elliot Stone, Executive Director & CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of the Massachusetts Health Data Consortium; James A Schuping, Executive Vice President of the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange WEDI, pronounced "wee dee" is a not-for-profit user group in the United States for users of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) in public and private healthcare. The organization is sometimes referred to by other names that include some or all of the words: ; Roy Simpson, Vice President Nursing Informatics Nursing Informatics is a specialty of Health care informatics which deals with the support of nursing by information systems in delivery, documentation, administration and evaluation of patient care and prevention of diseases. ; Cerner and eBusiness Experts from various healthcare organizations as well as software developers, EBusiness integration firms and government agencies.
Seminars at the conference will include sessions on technological solutions such as point- of-care data capture; eBusiness solutions for multi-provider/multi-specialty clinics; and utilizing the advantages of managed network services.
The conference will also focus on business solutions such as integrating patient care, supply and patient billing processes. Also covered will be compliance issues, such as collaborative HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act of 1996, Public Law 104-191) Also known as the "Kennedy-Kassebaum Act," this U.S. law protects employees' health insurance coverage when they change or lose their jobs (Title I) and provides standards for patient health, privacy & security implementation. The conference will also provide workgroup opportunities and workshops on various technological, business and compliance topics and EBusiness technology briefings to bring you up-to-date on the latest technological developments in healthcare administration Healthcare administration is a term that typically refers to the Master of Health Administration (MHA)—also Master of Healthcare Administration— degree, which is a graduate professional degree that provides training in health policy, economics, project and . For a detailed list of events and topics, visit the HCEC website at www.hcec.org.
The Health Care EBusiness Collaborative (HCEC) is a non-profit association of health care electronic trading This article or section is in need of attention from an expert on the subject.
Please help recruit one or [ improve this article] yourself. See the talk page for details. partners. It was founded in 1992 as the Healthcare EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) The electronic communication of business transactions, such as orders, confirmations and invoices, between organizations. Third parties provide EDI services that enable organizations with different equipment to connect. Coalition and was recently renamed to focus on enabling Collaborative EBusiness development across the health care business community.
Collaborative E-Business is a new strategy and plan for cooperatively implementing compatible EStandards, ETechnologies and Business Practices to reduce costs and improve inter-operability between business and information processes. Developed and proven in the retail industry, Collaborative E-Business is now being applied successfully in health care to create new efficiencies in supply and patient care administration.
HCEC '2002 EBusiness Technology Exposition & Reception: April 2nd & 3rd 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Register online at www.hcec.org
HCEC '2002 FACULTY:
Seminar Session & Work Group faculty are provided by health care facilities, organizations, EInitiatives, technology suppliers and consulting firms who have successfully applied EBusiness technology, EStandards and process integration strategies to reduce costs and improve inter-operability in health care business processes.
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