HAUPPAUGE, N.Y., Nov. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Softheon Inc., an emerging leader in next generation managed care business process optimization, announced today that they will have a significant presence at America's Health Insurance Plans' (AHIP) Fall Forum and Exchange Conference 2012 on December 3-6 in Chicago. Softheon's customers include the nation's only fully operational public exchange, the Massachusetts Commonwealth Connector and other leading U.S. healthcare payers including several Blues. Softheon is a Select Chairman Level sponsor of the premier annual healthcare conference and will continue to support AHIP's efforts.
Softheon's healthcare solutions drive new revenue generation initiatives, significantly improve productivity and increase customer satisfaction in areas such as claims, enrollment and care management. Over the past three years, Softheon has broadened the depth of its healthcare offerings and its presence in the healthcare market has quadrupled. Being led by expansion with existing customers as well as deployments for several new customers, Softheon continues to grow and help our customers overcome new challenges, including Healthcare reform.
Moreover, Softheon continues to lead the industry with exchange targeted solutions. Softheon's Exchange Connector (SEC) technology has been powering the Massachusetts Commonwealth Connector since 2009. SEC is a proven platform for healthcare payers to integrate with private and public exchanges.While at AHIP, Softheon will conduct two presentations:
Connecting with Private and Public Exchanges: Real World Examples Jeff Rich, Chief Executive Officer, NFP Health Eugene Sayan, Founder & CEO, Softheon
"Testimonial to our commitment to be the emerging leader in next generation business process automation, Softheon is driving business transformation with the nation's best-run and well known healthcare organizations," said Eugene Sayan, Founder and CEO of Softheon. "Every day, we are bringing new and exciting products to the market. Softheon Business Connector and Exchange Connector platforms are uniquely qualified and proven to address managed care challenges."
Deciphering the QHP Certification for Carriers Looking to Participate in Multiple State Exchanges Eugene Sayan, Founder & CEO, Softheon James Donnelly, Managing Director, Softheon Robert Miller, Healthcare Reform Program Manager, Softheon