A Corporate Lifeline for Domestic Violence Victims

As the coronavirus pandemic wears on, remote work and learning is intended to keep us safe. For victims of domestic violence, however, it does anything but. Instead, working from home often keeps victims close to their abusers. This dynamic makes employee assistance programs (EAP) more important than ever. But while EAPs offer referrals and counseling […]

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Beyond the Back-Office: Cutting Medical Costs with BPaaS (Part 4)

In this blog series, we’ve made the case for payers to adopt business process as a service (BPaaS) to reduce total cost of ownership and improve business outcomes. Analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) can supercharge BPaaS, as they provide payers with insights to compress their front, middle and back offices and deliver better member experiences. […]

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Amazon RX: Concession or Queen’s Gambit?

We have speculated over the last two or three years about when we would see Prime Health emerge from Amazon. The company’s recent announcement of Amazon Pharmacy and PrimeRx only partially fulfills our prediction. On the surface, it doesn’t seem to be a particularly disruptive business model, as many analysts have noted. But – this […]

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To Make the Case for BPaaS, Point to Sustainable Survival (Part 3)

Healthcare business leaders need fresh strategies for thriving as the industry evolves to value-based reimbursement models, “care anywhere” and individualized health experiences. As explained in Part 1 and Part 2 in this series, BPaaS offers payers powerful tools for competing in the digital health ecosystem while reducing total cost of ownership. In achieving these goals, […]

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How Telecoms Can Stay Relevant With 5G Innovation

The pandemic has altered both consumer and business behavior, and telecommunications companies are at the center of this evolution. Telecoms have become the essential backbone for interoperable global networks that allow people and companies to stay connected. But with global adoption of 5G fast becoming a reality, telecoms face new challenges. How does consumer connectivity accelerate […]

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BPaaS + Analytics = Cost Savings and Better Patient Outcomes for Health Insurers (Part 2)

Reducing total cost of ownership (TCO) is a key objective for healthcare organizations. That doesn’t just mean driving down operational costs – it also means changing the economics of care by moving away from volume-based fee-for-service models to outcome-driven value-based care. As discussed in part one of this blog series, health insurers can use business […]

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Event-Streaming Technology Paves the Way to Post-COVID Healthcare Agility

Amid all the pressures of COVID-19, healthcare payers and providers are working to reduce high operational costs and provide a more customized user experience. Across the healthcare ecosystem, organizations need to modernize their patient- and member-facing processes and systems to enable personalized engagement, virtual healthcare and triage, more self-service options, and real-time data analytics for […]

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