Itasca, IL (PRWEB) October 23, 2012
APP Design, a software development firm specializing in the design, development and integration of healthcare information exchanges (HIEs), today announced that it is sponsoring the Axolotl User Group 2012 Annual Meeting, October-25-26 in Las Vegas.
The Axolotl User Group is comprised of 35 of the various HIEs and regional health information organizations (RHIOs) around the United States on the Axolotl platform. Its annual meeting will include attendees from more than 20 HIOs across the country such as the Utah Health Information Network and the Nebraska Health Information Initiative. The conference is designed to allow its attendees to share ideas, promote collaboration and exchange knowledge about health information technology with a focus on issues related to health information exchange and its successful implementation in communities across the United States.
“Sponsoring this event is a perfect fit for APP Design because of our focus on the sustainability of HIEs and the challenges HIEs face in meeting that goal,” stated Robert Quinn, President of APP Design. “We provide solutions to help healthcare organizations reduce the administrative costs of healthcare, which is especially important as those costs continue to rise.”
About APP Design, Inc.
Founded in 1997, APP Design is a software development firm focused on reducing the administrative costs of healthcare, increasing user participation through E-Consent and building sustainable healthcare information exchanges through value-added services and administrative transactions. With extensive experience in healthcare EDI, the company delivers projects that process millions of administrative transactions 24×7. In addition, APP Design’s vast library of interface and conversion modules enables its staff to quickly implement complex projects with proven and tested software, providing its client base with a confident commitment to high quality and unparalleled service. For more information, please visit http://www.appdesign.com or call 630-775-1144.
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