Examples of Compliance and Industry Solutions
Date: October 20, 2004
12:00 pm US Eastern
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Rich Perry, Vice President and General Manager, Financial Services, InterSystems (bio)
Trevor Matz, Managing Director Application Integration, InterSystems (bio)
Beth Gold-Bernstein, Independent consultant (bio)
Jim Klein, Director, Healthcare Technology, InterSystems (bio)
Series: Mapping Out the Right Integration Solution
Compliance solutions enable companies to abide by laws such as HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, and the Patriot Act. Solutions for particular industries include patient management for healthcare, risk management for finance, or cross-industry offerings including customer relationship management, exception management, etc. Many vendors and systems integrators are providing these solutions utilizing integration technology. This webinar will provide examples of integrated solutions and help you understand how to maximize the long-term value of these solutions.
By attending this webinar you will learn about:
- The types of solutions that are available
- How to evaluate different solutions
- How to extend the solution to maximize you investment
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Featured Speaker Bios:
Rich Perry, Vice President and General Manager, Financial Services
Leveraging more than 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, Rich Perry directs and implements sales, marketing and product strategies for this vertical market.
Before joining InterSystems, Perry was an Area Vice President over the e-business unit at Sybase where he held multiple positions in the field sales organization, including a stint as Vice President and General Manager of the Northeast area with more than $200M P&L responsibility. Perry’s background also includes more than a decade of work in both sales and technical areas for Burroughs/Unisys Corporation.
Perry has a B.S. in Business Administration from Merrimack College.
Trevor Matz joined InterSystems in November 1998 and served as InterSystems' regional director for the Eastern Mediterranean, Middle East, India and Africa. Matz currently has worldwide responsibility for InterSystems' Enterprise Application Integration initiative.
Before joining InterSystems, Matz was president and CEO of Route Link for eight years, a leading systems integration and groupware development company that he founded and managed. Prior to founding Route Link, he was vice president of Mashov Computers, the exclusive Novell distributor in Israel, where he was responsible for all aspects of Novell's Israeli operations in Israel. His background includes fifteen years of technical and sales management experience in the IT industry. Matz began his career in South Africa in the networking and communications division of Punch Line Computers.
Matz has a computer science and information systems degree from the University of South Africa.
Beth Gold-Bernstein is an author and independent consultant specializing in SOA solutions. www.gold-bernstein.com.
Leveraging more than 25 years of experience in healthcare technology, Jim Klein is responsible for directing healthcare-focused initiatives worldwide and will represent InterSystems on healthcare-related standards bodies.
Prior to joining InterSystems, Klein was vice president and research director at Gartner, Inc. He directed a research agenda focused on IT architectures and enabling technologies for multi-entity healthcare organizations, and was Gartner's lead analyst on the interpretation of HIPAA privacy and security rules. Klein's extensive background also includes involvement in the development and support of commercial healthcare information systems for multiple leading healthcare technology vendors. As vice president of technology for The Compucare Company (since acquired by Quadramed), he directed a wide range of technology initiatives and managed the implementation of the nation's first HL7-compliant Admission-Discharge-Transfer interface.
Klein has a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Villanova University and a Master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Maryland.