Softheon Founder & CEO, Eugene Sayan, to Speak at the 2017 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit
Presentation to Focus on Best Practices for Operating Public Marketplaces
STONY BROOK, N.Y. March 21, 2017 – Softheon, Inc, a proven leader in cloud-based health insurance exchange integration and remediation, today announced that its Founder & CEO, Eugene Sayan, will present at the 2017 State Healthcare IT Connect (HITC) Summit.
The event, taking place on March 28-29, 2017, in Baltimore, MD, brings together thought leaders from the public and private sectors. HITC’s eighth annual summit is a two-day program which aims to foster the sharing of ideas and benchmark strategies for State Health IT systems. As a gold-level sponsor, Softheon is committed to advancing the dialogue occurring in the healthcare IT market.
Softheon’s Founder & CEO, Eugene Sayan, will have a key presence at this year’s summit. In his presentation, titled “HIX 2.0: Considering an Exchange Operator,” Sayan will share insights on efficient ways to organize and divide responsibilities for operating public Marketplaces to achieve cost savings. Additionally, Sayan will take part in the keynote panel “Accelerating Insights Across H&HS with Integration and Actionable Analytics,” where experts will share perspectives on how to accelerate insights through actionable analytics in order to support improved health outcomes.
“Right now, there is an unprecedented amount of uncertainty in the healthcare industry, so it is an opportune time to reflect on the ACA and learn from its successes and challenges,” said Sayan. “This event serves as a valuable forum to bring together industry leaders to offer the guidance that public and private sector organizations need to execute health and human services reform and transformation programs.”
Softheon is well-suited to share its thoughts and relevant expertise on the state of healthcare IT. Softheon’s Remedy enrollment remediation solution significantly minimizes the administrative burden typically associated with enrollment and underwriting processes. Softheon’s Equity financial management and payment platform simplifies billing and payment processes with its self-management tools, electronic bill presentment, and a range of simplified payment options. Gateway and Foundry further serve as digitized remediation platforms through HIPAA EDI validation and data analytics, respectively.
Healthcare IT Connect (HITC) is an industry leading provider of conferences, online education, and hosted webinars in the Healthcare IT Industry. Established in 2008 to meet with the growing demands of professionals across the healthcare industry to access education, collaborate and benchmark their IT investments and strategies. Healthcare IT Connect’s conferences and online events are sponsored by organizations and associations across all verticals in the healthcare industry. In 2012 a total of over 11,500 subscribers benefitted from the educational programs produced by Healthcare IT Connect – to view samples of many of these programs in HD Video please go to the Healthcare IT Connect Media Portal at www.healthcareitconnectmediaportal.com
At Softheon we strive to create simple solutions to complex problems. Utilized by 37% of healthcare payers and having been responsible for 12% of ACA enrollments processed, our innovative and easy-to-use products have revolutionized the way everyday people control their healthcare needs. Empowering the nation’s first state health benefit exchange since 2008, Softheon’s vision and strategic direction has designed five platforms to help our partners quickly adapt to industry standards, manage client data, and grow their membership, while never compromising the exceptional care they provide. In this highly dynamic industry, Softheon has maintained its position as a premier Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) solution. Our platform has been ranked #1 in addressing the industry’s ever-changing regulatory demands and recognized by IDC, AHIP, ACAP, and HCEG.
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