Tag: claims handling
UK Insurance Company’s Outsourcing Success Combines Cost Savings with Long-Term Efficiency Increases | Article
Changes in technology and the business landscape and new government regulations forced Equity Insurance Group to implement strategic changes to remain competitive. Offshoring to WNS was so successful the parties added gain-sharing in the second contract.
U.S. News & World Report named Harvard Pilgrim Health Care the No. 1 commercial health plan for the last three years. That’s a dramatic recovery from the deathbed days of 1999 when the insurance company lost $227 million and fell into receivership. Outsourcing was the transfusion it needed.
XL Insurance recognized an opportunity in the U.S. casualty marketplace and decided to swiftly expand into the casualty risk management business through a new portfolio of products. But XL’s limited internal resources and fast timeline threatened the venture. Outsourcing made it happen.
OMFN Knew It Selected the Right Supplier When Perot Systems Expertly Handled a Deluge of Volume During Migration | Article
Old Mutual had earned the unhappy moniker: the worst in the industry. It outsourced to become competitive. During the first two migrations, events conspired to triple volume. Read how the two partners learned to work together under the crushing volumes.
Offshore claims processing has traditionally been cheaper than in the United States for obvious reasons-the price of keying in data overseas is a fraction of what it is here. Antares Management Solutions, a third-party claims administrator, was considering going overseas when it discovered a better solution from GTESS.
Behind closed doors, discussions about the biggest challenge for both providers and payers in the healthcare industry are not about HIPAA compliance. It’s about how to be profitable. Given the numerous industry problems besetting companies, revenue has been drastically cut, and most have lost millions of dollars for several years in a row. The solution, as many are discovering, is for organizations to become more efficient. And the only way to accomplish that objective is to outsource non-core business processes and take advantage of outsourcers’ expertise and technological resources.
Fast response to customers is essential to the success of United HealthCare, the second largest managed care company in the U.S., outsourcing.
The Many Flavors of BPO: The business process outsourcing (BPO) industry is growing everyday, with new processes being outsourced and new players entering the market. Allie Young, principle analyst, Dataquest, a Gartner Group company, sums up the situation succinctly.