Health Insurance Exchange (HIX)

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What Health Orgs Need To Know About Heartbleed

Lauren Still | Government HealthIT | April 10, 2014

As the greater health IT collective was preparing for the Windows XP end of life date, and accompanying zero-day attacks, another major security exploit hit the market without warning.

CVE-2014-0160, or Heartbleed (due to it exploiting a feature called heartbeat) nicknamed by the security firm that first publicly disclosed it, is a serious vulnerability in OpenSSL cryptographic software library.

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Why You Need Open Source For Health Exchange Success

Tim Yeaton | Wired | December 10, 2012

But whether the states build their own or rely on the federal government to create a HIX, time is in short supply.  By October 1, 2013, Exchanges must be ready for constituents to select health plans that will begin coverage January 1, 2014.  The pressure is on, and the question is: How can states build these Exchanges in time and without overspending? The answer is open source software (OSS) and open source-style collaborative development.
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2014 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit

Event Details
April 1, 2014 - 7:30am - April 2, 2014 - 5:00pm
The Grand Historic Venue Baltimore, MD
United States

The 5th Annual State Healthcare IT Connect Summit, (in partnership with eHI) will take place on April 1-2, in Baltimore, MD. The two-day program provides critical insights into the expanding role of State Health IT in Medicaid Modernization, Implementing HIX (Health Insurance Exchange) and Health System Transformation / Population Health Management[...]. Read More »