New Messaging Platform Poised to Revolutionize Clinical Information Analysis, Sharing
Secure Exchange Solutions FETCH and SPOT, Addressing Interoperability for Payers and Providers
SAN DIEGO, CA, June 20, 2018 – Secure Exchange Solutions today announced the launch of FETCH and SPOT, a next generation platform that will revolutionize the transmission and intelligent analysis of clinical information at critical points of care.
FETCH automates electronic retrieval and sharing of clinical data for care and quality management, improving cost and performance for both payers and providers. By transmitting data through DIRECT secure messaging protocol and FHIR, FETCH makes use of existing EMR technology investments and supports the automated request of medical records, making it cost-effective for providers and payers to implement.
SPOT AI automates the discovery of critical insights from text of member health records and evaluates appropriateness of coverage and authorization requirements for treatment either before or after the claim is submitted. It can also be used to evaluate incoming faxes so that they can be indexed into payer workflows.
About Secure Exchange Solutions
Secure Exchange Solutions sets the standard for seamless, scalable, secure connectivity across organizational boundaries. As an industry-leading health information service provider, Secure Exchange Solutions protects, streamlines and delivers sensitive and critical health care information while ensuring compliance and improving efficiency and quality. Hospitals, health systems, physicians, health plans and channel partners rely on Secure Exchange Solutions for integrated secure communications that expand their reach and empower them to improve patient care and address value-based care.
Dan Kazzaz, CEO
Dan offers 30+ years of experience in automating business-to-business (B2B) data interchange. His extensive background includes business and technical e-commerce strategy related to improving business processes in the healthcare market, pioneering the development of data mapping engines and interactive EDI. Dan has been an active participant in the American National Standard Institute’s (ANSI) Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) X12 and initiated the formation of its insurance sub-committee. He previously served as chair of X12 in September and currently serves on the board of the American National Standard Institute (ANSI) Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) – the federally mandated organization for healthcare exchange standards (EDI). Previously, Dan founded PaperFree Systems, a technology solutions company that provided integration solutions to the healthcare industry.