Automate and Expedite Your Claims Transactions
There is a huge demand to bring together information from the patient, the health provider and the insurance provider, but most of the time their systems are incompatible.
BizTalk offers accelerators to speed the development of standards-based (HL7 and HIPAA) integrated healthcare solutions for both health and insurance providers. It provides an extensible foundation for both internal sharing of information and the exchange of electronic health records and claims transactions across the extended health ecosystem.
- HL7 standards support The Microsoft BizTalk Accelerator for HL7 eases the integration of HL7 messaging into your existing application environment, providing all necessary HL7 version 2.x schema, accompanying validation rules, and connectivity requirements. In addition to providing standards-based interoperability between systems, it gives organizations a view into end-to-end patient care processes and supports both business and technical process monitoring inquiry functions.
- HIPAA standards support The BizTalk Accelerator for HIPAA offers support for the complete set of schemas for all HIPAA message types and includes a fully searchable online HIPAA Transaction Set Reference Guide. It enables automatic translation of documents into XML format for processing, making it dramatically easier and more cost-effective to integrate them into other systems and technologies.
Health Plan Supports Growth, Controls Costs, and Reduces Complexities with Licensing Plan
“BizTalk Server is part of our EAP because it is absolutely core to our capability as an organization.”Amir Desai, Chief Information Officer, Molina Healthcare
Insurance Leader to Deliver $700 Million in Revenue with Service-Oriented Architecture
“It’s a unique and effective way to orchestrate data validation processes, business rules management, error and exception handling, and the like between our product silos, databases, finance systems, and customer portal.”Mike Mason, Director of Enterprise Architecture at Unum