Great Expectations: New Coverage Transparency Rules Forcing Healthcare Insurance Providers to Think Outside the Box
The pressure is on. There are big changes coming to the world of healthcare insurance in 2023-2024, and these changes all require your company to get a handle on its
There’s a major headache going on in the world of hospital systems and healthcare insurance providers. With recent regulations requiring more transparency in healthcare coverage online, the healthcare industry has
If you’re part of a healthcare organization that’s been caught off guard, you may find yourself flooded with data. Your team may be poring over all sorts of in-network information and out-of-network “allowed amounts” you have to publish. And much of this data can be low-quality, hard to find, or, worst-case scenario, unusable. So how does it represent an opportunity?
For years, we’ve offered the knowledge and expertise to get the job done, and now we’re proud to offer our clients a new suite of outcome-oriented product solutions alongside our traditional services, expediting how organizations realize their vision for the future without sacrificing quality or accuracy. Robotic process automation as-a-service (RPAaaS) is already paving a path forward for clients, along with other products like ReM Score, a dynamic readiness assessment tool that delivers the same results in a fraction of the time.
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Up to this point, leaders have been dealt a tough hand. They’ve had no viable option for project readiness assessment other than to solve organizational problems caused by human bias — with more human bias. With the launch of our new flagship product, ReM Score, you learn where your initiative stands before it even begins. M Corp understands that true modernization means today’s leaders are empowered to make informed decisions about their organization’s future.
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Last week, M Corp announced to its growing team of 200+ associates that the company has formally established a new division dedicated to transformative “as-a-service” products. The suite of solutions, including the company’s flagship readiness assessment product, ReM Score, is the result of the company’s 19 years of experience in the modernization industry, as well as research into what does– and does not– move organizations closer to achieving their mission and vision.
Considering the limitations associated with CapEx projects, OpEx is now coming into favor as the preferred funding model for delivering digital services and achieving strategic ambitions.
Today’s technology modernization project is still destined to become tomorrow’s legacy system. It always has been, and always will be– unless we begin to shift our thinking to a new model.
Holtz has more than a dozen years of experience working across various disciplines related to client services and product design, including nearly four years as a digital strategy consultant with Gartner. She also worked as a technical illustrator for global technology brands and as a product line manager and buyer in consumer-facing industries.
Clements has more than 20 years of experience working in the technology industry, with a special emphasis on business operations and solution delivery. Between 2016 and 2021, he served as Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Operations for PunchOut2Go, a technology solution platform that integrates and automates eCommerce and eProcurement transactions between buyers and suppliers.
It’s easy to imagine stacks of paperwork piling up as program staff work day and night to evaluate and process forms. Fortunately, modern technology has caught up with this dilemma and offers hope that can greatly enhance the way that agencies serve people.
Whether launching an IT project or going to market with a new product, executives contemplating a move forward have long relied on obsolete methods of decision-making. Using inaccurate measurements, such as past performance and other forms of bias, make it far too easy to fail. What’s the answer? A project readiness score using objective data from within your organization.
Brunetti brings more than 20 years of experience as a consultant serving high-profile clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies across several industries and intergovernmental organizations, including the International Monetary Fund, World Bank and United Nations. As a senior analyst at Gartner, Inc., she led specialized teams to collect and manage data to help client organizations optimize technologies and improve operations.
We are at a fork in the road; companies that can adapt to better decision-making and execute their ideas will continue to exist, those that don’t won’t be here for much longer.
While our clients enjoy the spotlight of their successes, we thrive on the feeling of satisfaction gained from seeing our clients reach the peaks of their personal Mount Everests. The most exciting day of a new partnership is always the first—seeing the passion and purpose in our clients as to what the journey we are about to embark on can produce—and the last, as we join them in celebrating their victories.
As Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and many CEOs after them have said, “Vision without execution is hallucination.” If you can’t execute a strategy successfully, it might as well not exist.
Project success requires eliminating guesswork and biased decision-making to acquire a deep understanding of your organization’s ability to deliver results. Nature gives an example of how gathering and organizing real-time data across an enterprise takes any initiative to the next level or beyond your imagination.
After planning for months or years, your executive team is ready to launch a major initiative. You have sized up the budget, talent, requirements, and all needed to guarantee project success. But how do you know if your organization is ready?
Every executive considers whether they are dedicating resources to initiatives that may not pan out. Too often, project directors use their best guess at what will make them successful, including the past performance of similar initiatives.
The mainstream business community talks about emotional intelligence more than ever. At a time when daily headlines confront our nation’s history of prejudice and inequity, painful self-reflections are helping us grow better at seeing things for what they are.
M Corp, the company that links execution to your ideas, has hired former Gartner, Inc. executive, Tom Larson, as VP of Government Platforms to lead and expand the MissionNXT data reporting service. Larson will be working with public sector program, department, and agency leaders to alleviate the burden and risks of data gathering so more resources can be directed towards mission delivery, enhancing governments capacity to put people first.