National Electronic Attachment, Inc. Launches FastResponse

National Electronic Attachment, Inc. Launches Response

For NEADodge CommunicationsRobert Clarke, 770-576-3192

National Electronic Attachment, Inc. (NEA), the leader in secure health information exchange, has launched its Response software to the dental marketplace. Designed to enable bi-directional HIPAA-secure communications, Response allows health plans and providers to electronically request and deliver any documents that historically would have been printed or mailed.

“We developed Response to eliminate the paper-based processes that are a roadblock to efficient interactions between health plans and dental providers,” says Lindy Benton, CEO of NEA. “This technology-based improvement can provide more than a 50 percent reduction in operating costs tied to provider communication.”

Response’s features include:

“NEA is uniquely positioned to offer this service to the dental industry,” says Benton. “With access to more than 25 percent of the desktops in the dental market, our unmatched reach allows us to facilitate efficient and cost-effective communications between health plans and providers.”

Dental practices seeking to improve communications with health plans in NEA’s network can sign up for Response free of charge.

NEA, which along with its sister company Medical Electronic Attachment (MEA), is the recognized leader in secure health information exchange, offers solutions that enable the capture, transmission and storage of medical and dental information through the NEA/MEA Information Exchange Engine. Attach™ can be used for claim attachments, HEDIS, esMD/CMS audits, utilization management, health information exchange and more. NEA strives to remove manual and paper-based workflows while reducing administrative time and cost associated with handling and storing paper. Further information may be obtained at and .

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