Life is full of different experiences. Take a moment to think about the last really good experience you had. What was it about the experience that made it so positive? Now think about the last horrible experience you had. What was it that made the experience so poor? I’m betting that the factors behind why your experience was positive or negative were clear and they may have had very little to do with the actual quality of the product.
Healthcare payers focus a significant amount of time and money on improving their member and provider experience, as they should. However, what many payers overlook is that by improving employee experiences, you in turn improve both member & providers experience. Think about the last time you had to make a return to a store or call someone about a mistake on a bill. When you spoke to a customer service agent did it impact your response and overall experience? If the customer service agent is understanding, sympathetic and is empowered to resolve the issue quickly it makes for a positive experience for you. If they are rude, take forever or imply that the situation is somehow your fault, how do you respond? How do you describe the experience? Doesn’t it impact your willingness to do business with them in the future? Studies have shown that understanding and improving the employee experience is critical for companies operating in a highly competitive global economy because attracting and retaining skilled employees is imperative to what drives a strong customer experience.
How would you describe everyday life for your Network Management & Contracting team? Do they have the tools, support and empowerment to provide that efficient, next-level care to your providers? Or are they stressed out, putting in long days to maintain an adequate Network? Do they scramble to ensure contracts are complete and all departments have signed off before getting wet signatures? Are they struggling with collaboration both internally and externally? How organized and accessible is their contract library? If this sounds familiar there are steps you can take to improve the employee experience, departmental collaboration, maintaining a healthy and compliant Network – all while making employees feel confident in their contributions and daily activities. Enter digital transformation.
Technology solutions are designed to streamline the provider contracting process from recruitment through renewal and/or termination, equipping your team with the tools they need to provide exceptional service and improve the overall experience for providers. How, you ask? It’s actually quite simple.
Improving provider experience should always be at the forefront of any healthcare payer strategy. Happy providers, make happy members and they are what keeps your business thriving. But so are happy employees. Focusing on innovation and improving your internal processes kills two birds with one stone and improves the experience for everyone. What are you waiting for?
The software industry today is a diverse and dynamic industry with products readily available to meet just about every business need imaginable. But what do you do when you need a product that can send thousands of surveys, attestations, or general outreach to your providers? What options are you using when you need the data to be returned to your […]
The most recent social media trend has been the 10-year challenge, when an individual posts a picture on a social media platform like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat or Twitter, and compares a picture of themselves from 2009 to 2019. Which typically sparks a conversation between followers and friends of how so much has changed within the 10-year time span. 2009 to today has […]
Greetings and welcome to 2019! As you begin planning your new year and accomplishing goals, we wanted to share with you some upcoming healthcare related conferences we will be supporting in February, March and April. First we’re looking forward to getting out of the Cleveland winter and heading to at HIMSS19 in Orlando, Florida. Seema Verma and Alex Azar will […]
Appointment of Representative, (aka the AOR) always seems to be a topic of conversation in the healthcare payer space. Every show we attend, every customer we talk with and every industry function we attend, there are intense conversations and differing opinions on what is required by CMS. Do you only submit an AOR once? Do you need to submit a […]