|By PR Newswire||
|November 5, 2012 05:00 AM EST||
CONCORD, Calif. and LAS VEGAS, Nov. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Jopari Solutions, Inc., a leading supplier of integrated medical transaction EDI products and services to the Property and Casualty and Group Health markets, today announced that Sherry Wilson, EVP and Chief Compliance Officer, has been named the Liaison for WEDI to IAIABC, and WEDI National CO-Chair of Auto/P&C Initiatives.
WEDI, the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange, is a national consortium of healthcare industry leaders focused on strategies to reduce administrative costs in healthcare through EDI. IAIABC, The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions, represents government agencies charged with administration of worker's compensation systems throughout the United States, Canada, and other nations and territories. The IAIABC's mission is to advance efficiency and effectiveness of workers' compensation systems throughout the world.
"Sherry Wilson has been actively engaged with eBilling initiatives since the early beginnings 20 years ago, and is recognized as one of the leading subject matter experts," stated Steve Stevens, CEO of Jopari. "Sherry is often sought after by jurisdictions and trade groups to provide input and guidance on developing consistent and effective eBilling models. These kinds of appointments ensure the Property and Casualty industry is well represented with National Standards organizations. Alignment with national standards is key to the overall adoption, use and success of eBilling," said Stevens.
Jopari senior executives are extensively engaged in additional consultative activities with states, business partners, and provider groups in an effort to help all stakeholders more fully understand the roles, responsibilities – and most importantly – results of properly implementing an eBilling solution. Added Mr. Stevens, "Our commitment to active involvement is not only on behalf of our customers and the industry overall; we believe active involvement is the key to eBill products that streamline medical transaction workflow nationwide, as opposed to requiring 50 different jurisdictional solutions. The list of our engagement activities over the past 12 months or so is quite impressive." Click here to view Jopari Initiatives.
Peter Rousmaniere, noted author and subject matter expert on Workers' Compensation, upon reviewing Jopari's recent activities remarked: "This vividly shows the firm's leadership in this area."
To learn more, come visit Jopari Solutions in Booth 200 at the National Workers' Compensation and Disability Conference, or contact us at 800-903-7799 x 5213.
Jopari Solutions, Inc. is a SSAE 16 Type II attested technology products company supplying integrated eBill compliance and payment solutions to workers' compensation, auto medical and healthcare payers and providers. Jopari has established an extensive nationwide connectivity network directly with providers, practice management systems, clearinghouses and payers; and offers such innovative solutions as the management of attachments. Jopari's products have enhanced providers' and payers' ability to manage medical bills, attachments, and disbursements, allowing reductions in associated expenses as well as compliance with applicable federal rules and jurisdiction eBill/ePay regulatory requirements. For more information, please visit www.jopari.com, email email@example.com, or call us at 800.903.7799.
SOURCE Jopari Solutions, Inc.
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