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CNSI executive to address attendees at Sun Microsystem’s Horizons 2010 Health Information Exchange Summit in Washington, D.C.”

Publish Date
01/20/2010
Author
CNSI

Source: CNSI 01/20/2010ROCKVILLE, MD – CNSI, a provider of innovative IT business solutions for government and commercial enterprises, today announced that Arvinder Singh, Senior Vice President of CNSI’s Health and Human Services division will address attendees at Sun Microsystem’s Horizons 2010 Health Information Exchange Summit in Washington, D.C. January 21st, 2010.

Source: CNSI 01/20/2010ROCKVILLE, MD – CNSI, a provider of innovative IT business solutions for government and commercial enterprises, today announced that Arvinder Singh, Senior Vice President of CNSI’s Health and Human Services division will address attendees at Sun Microsystem’s Horizons 2010 Health Information Exchange Summit in Washington, D.C. January 21st, 2010. Singh’s presentation will focus on “Readying State Medicaid Programs for Interoperability: Using Technologies and Processes for Meaningful Use.” Singh was invited to speak at the conference based on CNSI’s leadership in the healthcare industry, as well as the company’s success at providing leading-edge solutions based on Sun technologies.Arvinder Singh has more than 11 years of experience architecting open, Java-based enterprise applications, including several large-scale government healthcare information systems. As senior vice president of CNSI’s Health and Human Services division, he is responsible for the ongoing operation and continuing growth of the company’s healthcare business unit and oversees research of new technologies and the integration of Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) products to deliver value-added features to the company’s eCAMS® solution line. Singh actively participates in health IT special interest groups (SIGs).

A member of the MITA Technical Committee, he is leading a subcommittee on Business Process & Work Flow Standards. In 2006, Federal Computer Week magazine named Singh a “Rising Star” for his efforts in pioneering the industry’s first J2EE compliant, Web-centric Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS).WHAT: “Readying State Medicaid Programs for Interoperability: Using Technologies and Processes for Meaningful Use.” With the evolution of the regional HIEs nationwide, states are seeing a convergence trend towards a connected HHS; bringing together silos of information for “meaningful use”. This presentation will address success factors and technology trends to facilitate this interoperability – within the state HHS ecosystem – by leveraging the Medicaid regulatory scheme to lead the initiative of funding the HIE.WHEN: Thursday, January 21, 2010 at 4:15 p.m.WHERE: The Westin Grande Washington, D.C., 2350 M St. NW, Washington, DC 20037For more information or to set up an interview with Arvinder Singh, please contact Kaksha Merchant at (301) 634-4570 or kaksha.merchant@cns-inc.com, or Mark Smith at (301) 634-4570 or mark.smith@cns-inc.com.

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