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Rockville, MD, May 7, 2014 —Secure Exchange Solutions (SES), a leading Health Information Services Provider (HISP) for health plans and providers, is pleased to sponsor the Mobile App at the 23rd Annual WEDI National Conference.

At the conference SES will be exhibiting its streamlined solutions for health plans, including secure message routing, automation and directory services. SES’ widely-used products have been proven to boost efficiency in communications, support, and claim resolution, while improving care coordination and quality.

At the conference, Dan Kazzaz, CEO of SES and former chair of the American National Standards Institute’s Accredited Standards Committee X12 (ASC X12), will be leading an Emerging Trends session, “Improving Purchase through Exchanges with Standardized Data Structure and Transport,” to address the need to optimize data flow between the insurance exchanges, health plans, employers and brokers through the use of standardized data structure and information exchange.

“The mission of SES is to enable all members of the healthcare system to communicate with one another using simple, secure and scalable methods that leverage existing standards and help to improve quality and reduce costs,” said Dan Kazzaz. “That mission aligns with WEDI’s goals, and we are proud to be the Mobile App sponsor for the upcoming conference.”

The WEDI National Conference will be held at the Loews Hollywood Hotel in Hollywood, CA on May 12-15, 2014. The Emerging Trends meeting will be held in Salon 1-2 at 5:30 on May 14, 2014.

About Secure Exchange Solutions (SES)

Since 2007, Secure Exchange Solutions (SES) has been delivering simple, scalable and cost effective solutions for exchanging healthcare information. As a Health Information Service Provider (HISP) and a committed member of the Direct Project, SES helps healthcare stakeholders meet the requirements for Meaningful Use. SES products expedite healthcare communications, improve quality of care, optimize care transitions, and reduce reliance on costly and complex communications. For more information, please visitwww.secureexsolutions.com.

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