Are Your Systems Agile Enough to Interoperate With State Health Insurance Exchanges?


The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) has created an anticipation of growth for small group and individual health plans that offer cost-effective and customer-oriented products. With new potential customers flooding the market, health plans possessing easily adaptable sales processes will come out on top. Also, health plans will do well to consider how their systems will interoperate with state Health Insurance Exchanges to best provide their coverage plans to uninsured Americans.

These issues are important for health plans to consider before performing organization-wide technology updates. The AHIP Institute 2011 conference is especially timely for insurers needing information and answers. The sessions at Institute 2011, to be held in San Francisco between June 15th and 17th, will offer ideas and solutions to some of your most complicated questions.

The Institute helps in your understanding of how states are creating the IT infrastructure to support an interactive portal, the thoughts of the employer community, and strategies to prepare for operational aspects of Exchanges. The Institute’s Exhibit Hall also offers the newest products and services focused on reform implementation.

You can also attend a health care reform implementation workshop where you’ll have a better understanding of the impact of the Affordable Care Act. Get exposed to topics that include long-term care, disability income insurance and wellness.

At the Institute, VUE Software will provide a free opportunity to AHIP attendees to register for a webcast “CRM for Insurance – Increase Revenue and Agent Productivity”. The webcast will be presented in association with Microsoft and Insurance Networking News. Prominent speakers, Don Desiderato Principal, Novarica and Alan Dulin, U.S. Director of Insurance Microsoft will share howCRM for Insurance, built specifically for the needs of insurance organizations, can improve revenue and member retention.


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