MANASQUAN, NJ -- "HIPAA Awareness and Business Implications For Health - Managed Care Vendors And Their Staffs" has been published by Health Resources Publishing. The aim of the report is to assist suppliers of products and services to health and managed care with understanding issues surrounding HIPAA requirements.
The new free report "HIPAA Awareness and Business Implications For Health - Managed Care Vendors And Their Staffs" offers insight on HIPAA's major impact on information systems and what needs to be changed by deadlines set by law.
The HIPAA standards affect such areas as cost of software development and maintenance, software integration between payors and health plans, and even the lowering of the cost of administrative transactions
Working to compy with the provision of HIPAA should now be at the top of any health or managed care organization priority list. And, the same goes for their vendors.
The report covers HIPAA's major impact on HIT and why HIPAA should be a first priority and vendor HIPAA business strategy.
"HIPAA Awareness and Business Implications For Health - Managed Care Vendors And Their Staffs" is available online at: http://www.ManagedCareMarketplace.com.
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