This paper, the second in a series addressing four key challenges of healthcare reform, focuses on actions you can take now to streamline core administrative processes to drive efficiency and reduce costs.
This paper will explore the potential of applying business performance management (BPM) principles to advance document performance management (DPM) in a way that enables organizations to reduce costs; better manage documents as vital strategic, ?nancial and information assets; and secure positive returns on investments from outsourcing. An example of this approach — spotlighted later in this paper — is MAX, a document performance management system that enables companies to more effectively manage their document processes and outsourcing service providers.
Why prepare now for ICD-10? While the October 1, 2014 deadline for compliance may seem to be in the distant future, an informative whitepaper by GE Healthcare describes the importance of advance planning and outlines a plan for success.
Since the earliest days of the industry, insurance companies have faced a
never-ending struggle: processing the voluminous amount of paperwork that
underwriting, claims, and compliance require. But the days of enduring the
burdens caused by mountains of paper can become a distant memory. By
investing in new, proven methods of converting paper documents to readable
digital formats, insurance organizations can fully automate document processing
to accelerate workflows, minimize processing times and enable more efficient
Case management continues to gain traction as a key capability in the information management space – supporting work that is unpredictable, information-centric and driven by human decisions. These are the processes that often directly touch your customers and stakeholders, including areas like contract management, claims processing, customer service, incident tracking and more. Download this eBook to explore three steps you can take to embrace a case management approach – improving employee productivity and customer experiences.