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Subject: Vanderbilt Facilitates Medical Banking Sessions

From: evc@mbproject.org [mailto:evc@mbproject.org] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 02, 2005 7:24 PM
To: dodds@e-dodds.com
Subject: Vanderbilt Facilitates Medical Banking Sessions


Contact: Evelyn Marquez Sanchez

Franklin, TN (February 2, 2005)  Vanderbilt Center for Better Health, an
affiliate of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, was selected by
MBProject to facilitate working sessions and educational programming at the
3rd National Medical Banking Institute on Thursday and Friday, February 24
and 25, 2005. 

Five broad cross-industry areas will be explored - HIPAA Compliance,
Workflow Automation, Healthcare Credit Practices, Charity, Cyberwar -
resulting in a set of recommendations that will be published in A Medical
Banking Road Map for America. Abstracts and a description of the working
process is now available on the Institute website. Comments are invited and
can be sent prior to the Institute at MBI2005@mbproject.org. 

The Institute features model programs including: medical kiosks;
transaction-based intelligence; Veteran's Healthcare Administration's model
payment and remittance program; CAQH eligibility project update using ATM
approach; pilot update from HealthTransactionNetworkT in Buffalo, NY;
launching of charity platform that harnesses medical banking savings and
coordinates community healthcare; and other emerging areas. 

Institute Website: http://www.mbproject.org/MBI2005.php
*Early Bird Registration: http://www.mbproject.org/MBI_registration.php
Sponsorship Opportunities: http://www.mbproject.org/MBI_sponsorship.php

*Please note:  Early Bird Registration closes on Friday, February 4, 2005

Educational Grantor:  LaSalle Bank (ABN AMRO)

Agenda Announcement:

Elizabeth P. Scanlon, Health Policy Advisor, Office of the Senate 
Majority Leader, will present "The NHII Vision", detailing Sen. Bill Frist's
vision of our emerging healthcare network, legislative updates and news from
the Commission on Systemic Interoperability, authorized for creation under
the Medical Modernization Act to provide advisory to the US national
healthcare information infrastructure effort. 


-Alan S. Goldberg, Partner, Goulston & Storrs, Washington DC; Adjunct
Professor at the University of Maryland School of Law and Boston's Suffolk
University Law School; past-President (1991-1992) National Health Lawyers

-Elizabeth Scanlon, Health Policy Advisory, Office of the Senate Majority
Leaders, Washington, DC 

-Newt Gingrich, Former Speaker of the House, Center for Health
Transformation, Washington, DC (invited) 

-Nav Ranajee, Vice President, Healthcare Strategy, ABN AMRO, Chicago, IL 

-Mark Frisse, MD, Director, Tennessee Volunteer eHealth Department,
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 

-David Harris, National Revenue Cycle Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP,
New York, New York 

-Leslie Bender, JD, General Counsel/Chief Privacy Officer, ROI Law Offices,
Timonium, MD 

-Joseph Nichols, MD, Director of Healthcare Solutions, Edifecs, Redmond, WA 

-John C. Hardin, Director, CrossConnections, Detroit, MI 

-Barbara C. Mayerick, Director of Business Development, United States
Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration, Washington,

-Jeffrey W. Troutman, CCM, Sr. Vice President and Marketing Manager, PNC
Bank, Pittsburgh, PA 

-Debbie Larios, JD, Miller & Martin, Nashville, TN 

-Ernie Clevenger, President & Editor, MyHealthGuide, LLC, Brentwood, TN 

-James L. Hogg, RHU, REBC, Relationship Manager, Wells Fargo Health Benefit
Services, Nashville, TN 

-Chris Young, Sr. Vice President & CIO, St. Thomas Health Services/Ascension
Health, Nashville, TN 

-Catherine Warren, CTP, Global Treasury Services - Healthcare Industry
Strategy, Bank of America, Charlotte, NC 

-Joseph E. Wolfson, CEO, HealthTransactions NetworkT, Buffalo, NY 

-Tom Dean, President, The Medical Banking Exchange, Oklahoma City, OK 

-Carl Volpe, PhD, Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, WellPoint; Chair,
CAQH Eligibility and Benefits Operating Rules Initiative, Thousand Oaks, CA 

-Robert Thompkins-Bey, Bey Technologies International, Washington, DC

View our agenda at http://www.mbproject.org/MBI_agenda.php.

Special Presentations

Launching of Charitable Communities NetworkT 
Software Demo: Card-based system that supports electronic healthcare 
Draft of "A Medical Banking Road Map for America" 

Please contact the Conference Coordinator, Evelyn Marquez Sanchez at
615.794.2009 or via email: MBI2005@mbproject.org.  We look forward to seeing
you at our Institute in February!

About the Medical Banking Project...

MBProject is an independent policy research and strategic advisory firm
established to promote the development of "Charitable Communities Network",
an industry model that leverages HIPAA's security, privacy and electronic
mandates to deliver substantive cost benefits to care givers. The firm does
not provide legal advice and urges medical banking stakeholders to consult
with private counsel. For more information, please go to

About the LaSalle Bank...

LaSalle Bank is headquartered in Chicago and has $61.7 billion in assets and
$37.4 billion in deposits. One of the largest banks in the Midwest and
second largest in Chicago, LaSalle Bank serves individuals, small
businesses, middle market companies and institutions with streamlined
solutions to meet the scope of customers' financial needs. LaSalle has more
than 140 retail locations and 500 ATMs throughout Chicago and the
neighboring suburbs. Online banking is offered through


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