BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - Jan 21, 2014) - Institute for Health Technology Transformation San Diego -- NaviNet, America's largest healthcare network community, today announced that Frank Ingari, chief executive officer, NaviNet, will speak at the Institute for Health Technology Transformation Summit (IHT2), which is being held on Jan. 21-22, 2014, in San Diego, Calif.

Ingari will serve on the opening panel, "Health Care 2020: The Hurdles and Opportunities Ahead." The session will address several key concepts in the emerging landscape of healthcare and how they're connected, including clinical informatics, population health management, care coordination, accountable care organizations (ACO), patient-centered medical homes (PCMH), and, of course, the context in which these concepts are embedded with information technology (IT).

Ingari will address the criticality of leveraging a secure, adaptable network to transform payer-provider collaboration. Through utilizing a robust multifunctional network to transport high-quality data, transformed healthcare organizations will deliver higher-value care by putting data to work in all aspects of their enterprises. By doing so, they will achieve a competitive advantage.

"Health Care 2020: The Hurdles and Opportunities"

Frank Ingari, chief executive officer, NaviNet, Inc.

Institute for Health Technology Transformation
Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego
San Diego, CA

Jan. 21, 2014
8:50-10:00 a.m. PST

About NaviNet
NaviNet is America's largest healthcare network community. The company's multi-payer provider communications platform offers immediate access to the desktops of more than 350,000 administrative and clinical staff in more than 70% of the nation's provider organizations. The network is sponsored largely by healthcare payers, who benefit from the efficient communication of common provider-to-payer interactions, such as insurance verification, reimbursement investigation, referrals, and authorizations. NaviNet Open is a SaaS-based enterprise-class software product line designed to serve payer customers and provider users. It consists of a series of layers: a platform, a set of network services, a suite of applications, and a set of tools that customers can use to configure and customize the system. For more information, please visit

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