Kiriworks, Inc. has partnered with the nation’s largest behavioral health payer to extend their enterprise information platform and leverage some of the latest technology from Hyland Software. They are the first OnBase customer in the healthcare payer space to implement this technology and will utilize Document Packets & Packaging to automatically generate contract packets for their provider contracting process. Along with doc packets, they’ll be leveraging Hyland Enterprise File Synch & Share solution Sharebase to manage the back-and-forth negotiation of provider contracts.
Zach Tabor, Kiriworks Senior Product Engineer has worked closely with the implementation. “The Document Packet module allows OnBase to seamlessly find and gather all documents necessary to generate the provider contract for signature. This single implementation will save them hours of staff resources.”
Kiriworks, Inc. is a leading provider of process management solutions and services that optimize and transform today’s business. For over 45 years, industry leading technology and expertise from Kiriworks have increased user productivity, reduced operating costs and improved the customer experience for organizations in the insurance, healthcare, government and manufacturing industries. For more information visit Kiriworks.com.
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