WAYNE, PA, March 20, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law in 2010. Some provisions became effective immediately, and others are being phased in over a ten-year period. Most major provisions of the federal law, though, will be phased in by January, 2014.That means companies across the country must prepare now to compete in the new world of healthcare.
"People are connecting with us more than ever because of the fast-paced changes in health care. People are looking for new solutions, partly because of the Affordable Care Act," says FluidEdge Partner Kent Whiting.
FluidEdge Consulting is a Philadelphia-based firm whose consultants average more than 20 years' experience in project management and information technology. Bernadine Schwab, also a partner, says FluidEdge can help companies who are considering building or purchasing a new system or software application.
"All of us have extensive experience in healthcare, including implementing regulatory changes in very complex environments," Schwab says. "We understand the importance of implementing on time, and the bottom-line impact of potential penalties or rewards based on regulatory deadlines."
There are a number of changes quickly approaching that are intended to decrease the number of uninsured Americans and reduce the overall costs of health care through mandates, subsidies, and tax credits.
FluidEdge can guide clients through the entire transition including Electronic Health Records, ICD-10, Health Insurance Exchanges, ACO's and advanced data analytics, which the company says will provide benefits across the healthcare system.
Philadelphia-based FluidEdge Consulting was founded in 2007 by two former Fortune 500 senior executives. The company has three divisions: health care consulting, management consulting, and staff augmentation.
To learn more about FluidEdge Consulting, visit http://www.fluidedgeconsulting.com
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