"Would you like to demonstrate how you can better leverage eSignatures within your company? Hear from real-world deployment experiences from our customers across HR, Legal, Procurement, Sales, IT and Facilities.
Transformation Manager Paul Smith will discuss how DocuSign fits into the five-year transformation plan at LV=. With eSignatures, the insurer processes claims 5x faster while realising annualised business benefits of £27.5k.
Read this whitepaper to learn how to:
- Build and execute a business plan – so you choose the use cases that are right for your business
- Identify your highest priority use cases – so you can quickly deliver the greatest ROI and align with your business goals
- Measure your results – so you can prove the value to your business"
Published By: CloudTask
Published Date: May 11, 2018
In a world where every competitor claims to be the best, it's extremely challenging to differentiate yourself as a market leader. Effective differentiation is one of the main challenges businesses face while trying to convert traffic into B2B leads. Essentially, it all comes down to great service and personalization
Great service doesn't just include solving problems post sale, it also means being in the right place to answer questions and provide information pre-sale. The more your prospects believe that you are there to serve them and their specifc needs, the more likely it is that they will become genuine leads and eventually customers.
The insurance industry stands on the precipice of change, with waves of innovation and disruption driving new possibilities across all departments, including pricing, underwriting, claims, and fraud.
This webinar recording of a live panel debate is ideal for insurance professionals wanting to understand how best to unlock the possibilities created by advanced analytical techniques such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and others.
This TIBCO and Marketforce webinar on “The Fourth Industrial Revolution in Insurance” includes speakers Ian Thompson, chief claims officer at Zurich; David Williams, chief underwriting officer at AXA; and Clare Lunn, GI fraud director at LV=. The panel discusses:
Moving towards the algorithmic insurer: the opportunities created by AI and ML
How insurers can become more agile in the face of new innovations and disruptive technologies
How the industry can turn structured and unstructured data into insights
The Insurance industry continues to undergo significant transformation, with new technologies, business models, and competitors entering the market at an increasing rate. To be successful in attracting and retaining the most valuable customers, insurance companies must innovate and increase the speed at which they respond to customer demands. Traditionally, the insurance software market was dominated by a handful of specialist vendors with products that were initially expensive, difficult to deploy, costly to maintain, and did not provide the speed needed for today's market.
Now there has been a shift away from these "black box" applications to platforms that allow insurers to make their algorithmic IP available to business users, allowing much faster response to business demands. The algorithmic platform approach also comes at a fraction of the cost of black box solutions, while delivering advanced analytical techniques like Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
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.
The stadium had been using two-way radios
to support daily operations for more than
a decade — an analog-based system that
was nearing end of life. The radios and the
repeaters were starting to fail, creating
communications gaps for employees. Being
fully focused on the task at hand became
challenging for employees that were
concerned about the effectiveness of their
radios on which they readily relied on for
collaborating with other team members and
addressing issues swiftly. The original system
treated them well for a long time, but it came
time to retire the equipment and make the
move to digital.
Published By: Riverbed
Published Date: Feb 26, 2015
Insurance organizations are constantly replacing legacy systems
and practices with streamlined ones that help them compete
better. In the area of billing, policy and claims management,
Guidewire is broadly adopted.
Poor quality of care takes a tremendous toll, not just on the system as a whole, but on the patients and their families at the center of that system. It also has a tremendous effect on employers, who already face unsustainable health care costs. When we evaluated one of our customer's claims, we found numerous signs of preventable complications that had cost our client significant amounts, not to mention the toll on the individual. Specifically, we identified the following preventable hospital- acquired conditions (HACs):
• Fourteen instances of stage III and IV pressure ulcers
• Twelve instances of vascular catheter-associated infections
• Thirteen instances of catheter-associated urinary tract infections
• One instance of a patient dying or experiencing a serious disability associated
with intravascular air embolism
• Five instances of foreign objects remaining in patients after a procedure.
Please download the whitepaper to learn more!
A basketball partnership that walks the walk, literally. Employees of the Minnesota Timberwolves get stepping.
In 2017, the Minnesota Timberwolves teams signed on to partner with Fitbit. This new sponsorship not only included a Fitbit patch on all team jerseys, but an opportunity to work together both on and off the basketball court.
For starters, the Timberwolves knew that creating a culture of wellness was a natural next step for the Fitbit partnership. Learn how this NBA organization:
? Launched a successful wellness program through Fitbit Health Solutions
? Kept momentum (and step counts) high on game days
? Experienced cost decreases on medical claims
Detecting and preventing errors that threaten patient safety is a closed-loop process that begins at the point of care, extends to independent laboratories, and then back to the caregiver. Sample identification and results reporting errors can lead to misdiagnosis and inappropriate treatment with deadly consequences. A 2006 Wall Street Journal article reported that while malpractice claims for pathology errors are relatively low, they are the second most costly. In addition to creating a serious risk to patient safety, sample misidentification creates significant financial implications. Redraws, retesting and additional treatment that result from sample errors cost the healthcare industry an estimated
$200 million to $400 million per year.
As we have said through this paper, it is no longer an either/or choice between security analytics and SIEM. Or even between insourcing and outsourcing security monitoring. You need to establish a team with complimentary capabilities, skills, and resources; then leverage each part for what it does best. It is frustrating to use a technology for something it’s not built to do, and just as frustrating to expect a service provider to do things beyond their capability — regardless of their claims during the sales cycle. So don’t do that — build your security monitoring program to give all parties the best chance of success.
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: Jun 12, 2018
MuleSoft Positioned as a Leader 3 Consecutive Times
Read this complimentary copy of the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Full Lifecycle API Management, and find out why MuleSoft was named a Leader based on completeness of vision and the ability to execute. Read on to learn:
Expert perspectives on API Management
Critical analysis of key differentiators
Latest developments in integration technology
Industry benchmarks and trends
Gartner Magic Quadrant for Full Life Cycle API Management, Paolo Malinverno, Mark O'Neill, 30 April 2018. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner's research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of
VMware named a Leader, positioned furthest for its Completeness of Vision. Read this complimentary copy of the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure to find out more.
*Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner’s research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including and warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
Read this white paper from IBM to learn about applying predictive analytics to claims management, including the typical ROI achieved, how embedded analytics improves decision making, and technology components of a predictive analytics solution.
With the combination of electronic health records, rich repositories of claims data, medical device outputs, laboratory and prescription systems, real-world data and the data mined from other information technology systems, the health and life sciences ecosystem can now gain new perspective.
Download this complimentary paper to learn more about how health care data has the power to transform the sector, helping to address the industry’s biggest challenges surrounding costs and quality of patient care.
By adopting solutions that allow them to both produce and consume data analytics insights in a way that better guides clinical and business strategies, innovative health care organizations can learn not only to survive but also thrive in the decades to come.
Insurers lose millions each year through fraudulent claims. Learn how leading insurance companies are using data mining techniques to target claims with the greatest likelihood of adjustment, improving audit accuracy and saving time and resources. Read this paper to learn how to combine powerful analytical techniques with your existing fraud detection and prevention efforts; build models based on previously audited claims and use them to identify potentially fraudulent future claims; ensure adjusters focus on claims most likely to be fraudulent; and deploy results to the people who can use the information to eradicate fraud and recoup money.
As a claims management professional, you have to deal daily with formidable - and sometimes competing - challenges: provide superior customer experience; achieve operational excellence and cost containment; and effectively manage risk. Predictive analytics can help you improve each of these three outcomes, but more importantly, it helps strike the right balance among these three objectives for each new claim received. Read this white paper from IBM to learn about applying predictive analytics to claims management, including the typical ROI achieved, how embedded analytics improves decision making, and technology components of a predictive analytics solution.
Your goal is clear-produce high-quality goods while optimizing resources at every step of production. And in today's uncertain economy, cost-control efforts may never have been more important. Unscheduled downtime because of equipment failure can have a serious impact on your organization's bottom line. Download this white paper from IBM, and learn the basics of predictive maintenance, the benefits it provides manufacturing operations and the underlying technologies that make it possible. Predictive analytics helps you in a number of ways: identify when equipment is likely to fail or need maintenance and take action to maximize uptime and reduce future warranty claims costs; optimize allocated labor resources and spare part inventories, helping eliminate undue maintenance, prevent downtime and reduce inventory costs; and determine why certain production runs fail more often than others, identify the cause and analyze whether those runs warrant a recall.
Learn how to break down silos, reinvent productivity, and help your sales team achieve success by unifying transactional systems, social networking, and strong customer relationships. Download this free Nucleus report that says teams using the Microsoft Relationship Sales solution increased productivity 12-15 percent.**
You’ll also learn how to:
Empower your sellers with savvy insights that engage and delight customers.
Scale the power of one-on-one relationship selling by unifying the sales experience.
Offer your team tools to reinvent the way they sell and help transform your company’s bottom line.
Use Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales along with LinkedIn Sales Navigator to help sellers identify future customers and suggest ways to engage with them.
**Claims based on a 2017 study by Nucleus Research that analyzed more than 50 ROI case studies on CRM deployments from 2015 to 2017. Companies ranged in size from small and medium-sized businesses to large multinational enterprises. Re
As damaging breaches continue to occur, more organizations are considering endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions to address the incidents that aren't being handled adequately by their existing defenses. However, EDR solutions come in a wide variety of implementations and can vary significantly in scope and efficacy — choosing the best solution can be challenging.
This white paper, “Endpoint Detection and Response: Automatic Protection Against Advanced Threats,” explains the importance of EDR, and describes how various approaches to EDR differ, providing guidance that can help you choose the product that's right for your organization.
Read this white paper to learn:
• What makes EDR such a valuable addition to an organization's security arsenal and why finding the right approach is critical
• How the “EDR maturity model” can help you accurately evaluate vendor claims and choose the solution that best fits your organization’s needs
• How the CrowdStrike® EDR solution empowers
In a three-year retrospective study that analyzed health care claims and wearable device data from a self-insured employer, Springbuk looked at the potential impact of Fitbit technology as part of a wellness program.
The analysis shows that connected health and fitness interventions can close the gap between the everyday actions that change health and drive outcomes for employee health and employer cost. Some of the key findings include:
* Employees who opted into the Fitbit program demonstrated significant cost savings when compared to the control group.
* Engaged users cost less than non-engaged users.
* The opportunity for cost savings is potentially the highest with less active individuals.