Post-n-Track is selected by ConnectiCare for CAQH CORE Compliance

Cloud-based platform enables real-time exchange between the health plan and its providers

Post-n-Track is selected by ConnectiCare for CAQH CORE Compliance

For Post-n-TrackDodge CommunicationsJennifer Jennings, 770-576-2556orPost-n-TrackDavid Barth, 860-257-2030, ext. 135orCashman + Katz Integrated CommunicationsAmanda Mueller, 860-652-0300

, a proven provider of information logistics for healthcare management, announces that ConnectiCare has licensed the Post-n-Track healthcare-to-healthcare (h2h™) integration platform to further strengthen ConnectiCare’s compliance efforts with the Committee on Operating Rules for Information Exchange (CORE). These requirements are mandated in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). Post-n-Track will provide enrollment, certification and support of connectivity tools, as well as platform hosting, maintenance and implementation services.

ConnectiCare will use the Hosted Services solution framework of the h2h integration platform to facilitate administrative information exchange between the health plan and participating providers. Using this workflow, providers that participate with ConnectiCare and business partners will be able to submit eligibility and claim status transactions electronically, and receive real-time responses compliant with the ACA Operating Rules Mandates. The h2h integration platform is extensible, and provides ConnectiCare opportunities to implement additional functionality and transaction types in the future.

“We appreciate ConnectiCare’s confidence in our team and platform, and for the opportunity to expand our relationship,” says G. Allen DeGraw, founder and CEO at Post-n-Track. “Our team has deep expertise with the connectivity and transaction requirements of healthcare administration. We’re certain ConnectiCare will appreciate that our platform works seamlessly with existing systems, without the lengthy configuration or customization often needed with other solutions.”

Post-n-Track Hosted Services is a SaaS solution that functions as a data-hosting resource on behalf of payer organizations. It acts as an extension of payers’ existing systems by facilitating real-time inquiries and responses for eligibility and claims status.

“Post-n-Track delivers the speed, flexibility and performance needed to support the ACA mandate,” adds Mark Verre, senior vice president, operations and technology for ConnectiCare. “We selected Post-n-Track based on its level of customer service, innovative and turnkey technology, and proven record of expertise in the industry.”

Post-n-Trackis a proven provider of information logistics for healthcare management, enabling health plans, providers, health systems and vendors to securely manage, control and optimize the flow of healthcare information. Post-n-Track aligns the business drivers and specifications of information to ensure customers and end-users can respond efficiently and cost-effectively to current and evolving industry opportunities and demands. Post-n-Track’s cloud-based platform facilitates access to proven IT infrastructure and functionality. Post-n-Track delivers results that improve service and reduce cost while driving compliance and accelerating innovation. Founded in 2004, Post-n-Track is headquartered in Rocky Hill, Connecticut. For additional information, visit .

ConnectiCare is a health plan based in Farmington, Connecticut. ConnectiCare has a full offering of products for business, municipalities, individuals and those who are Medicare-eligible. A local company for more than 30 years, ConnectiCare maintains all operations in Farmington, Connecticut. For additional information, visit .

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