REMINDER/OpenNetwork Technologies Addresses the Challenges of Meeting HIPAA Transaction Compliance Deadline in Free Online Webinar.
Business Editors/Technology Writers
REMINDER...for Tuesday (Dec. 4)
CLEARWATER, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 27, 2001
Other Companies Scheduled to Attend: Microsoft, Cap Gemini
Ernst & Young and Washington Publishing Company
OpenNetwork Technologies Inc., a developer of Web single sign-on An identification system that lets users log into multiple Web sites on the Internet with one username and password. Single sign-on systems are also used within an enterprise, enabling users to access all authorized resources in the local network using the same username and password. and access management security software, today announced it is presenting a free Webinar featuring healthcare and technology experts from Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, Microsoft Corporation (company) Microsoft Corporation - The biggest supplier of operating systems and other software for IBM PC compatibles. Software products include MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows, Windows NT, Microsoft Access, LAN Manager, MS Client, SQL Server, Open Data Base Connectivity (ODBC), MS Mail, , OpenNetwork Technologies and the Washington Publishing Company.
The hour-long online seminar will provide information on the 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, transaction standards and their impact on existing information systems. Speakers will discuss how new technology can help speed the deployment and reduce the risks associated with HIPAA compliance, and assist in securely managing online enrollment, claims, payments, and other HIPAA transactions.
Who: Donald Gravlin, health managed care chief technology officer, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young Jeffrey H. Broadhead, senior manager, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young Dennis Schmuland, MD, CISSP, Healthcare Solutions and Information Security, Microsoft Corporation Mark Griesi, chief solutions architect, OpenNetwork Technologies Steve Bass, president and CEO, Washington Publishing Company What: HIPAA Transaction Solutions: Meeting the October Deadline When: 2 p.m. EST, Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2001 Where: Register Online at http://www.regsvc.com/opennetwork/1204/
"The October 2002 deadline for complying with HIPAA transaction and code set requirements is rapidly approaching," said Jennifer Covich, healthcare marketing manager at OpenNetwork Technologies. "This Webinar will provide healthcare providers, payors, government agencies, and other self-insured companies with solutions for addressing HIPAA's transaction requirements."
OpenNetwork Technologies works with major healthcare organizations to ensure HIPAA compliance. Its customers include the majority of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Blue Shield A US not-for-profit health care insurer that is a reimbursement intermediary for physicians. Cf Blue Cross. affiliates, Presbyterian Healthcare Services and Delta Dental Delta Dental is the largest and oldest dental plan system in the United States. The Delta Dental Plans Association is comprised of 39 independent Delta Dental member companies operating in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. of Massachusetts. OpenNetwork recently announced the development of DirectorySmart TransactionShield(TM), which provides enhanced access security management capabilities for Microsoft BizTalk Accelerator for HIPAA.
About OpenNetwork Technologies
OpenNetwork Technologies Inc. is a developer of Web single sign-on and access management security software for e-business. The company's flagship product A primary product of a company, which is typically why the company was founded and/or what made it well known. For example, MS-DOS, Windows and the Microsoft Office suite have been flagship products of Microsoft. CorelDRAW is a flagship product of Corel Corporation. , DirectorySmart(TM), enables businesses to secure and manage access to confidential information Noun 1. confidential information - an indication of potential opportunity; "he got a tip on the stock market"; "a good lead for a job"
steer, tip, wind, hint, lead for potentially millions of users across multiple Web applications. By uniquely combining directory technology with Web access control and identity and policy management capabilities, DirectorySmart provides a tightly integrated, comprehensive and easy-to-deploy product that leverages the directory as the centralized location for security management and administration of e-business users. This directory-centric approach enables companies to quickly bring their e-business initiatives to market and easily manage, scale and support millions of users with a minimal total cost of ownership.
OpenNetwork has offices across the United States, in Europe and Australia. The company partners with leading e-business service providers, including BEA BEA - Basic programming Environment for interactive-graphical Applications, from Siemens-Nixdorf. , IBM (International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY, www.ibm.com) The world's largest computer company. IBM's product lines include the S/390 mainframes (zSeries), AS/400 midrange business systems (iSeries), RS/6000 workstations and servers (pSeries), Intel-based servers (xSeries) , Microsoft, Vignette, iPlanet and RSA (1) (Rural Service Area) See MSA.
(2) (Rivest-Shamir-Adleman) A highly secure cryptography method by RSA Security, Inc., Bedford, MA (www.rsa.com), a division of EMC Corporation since 2006. It uses a two-part key. . For more information about OpenNetwork and DirectorySmart, visit http://www.opennetwork.com, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (877) 561-9500.