By Curt Neel, President/Operating Partner, Triton Healthcare Partners
Changing technology is a part of our daily lives at home. We no longer read a newspaper at the table; instead, we scroll through our smartphones. We no longer run to the video store but rather stream our favorite shows and movies. We don’t even need to be home to answer the door anymore. As technology develops and advances in our personal lives, it’s essential we keep pace in our work lives.
The workers’ compensation industry continues to evolve into an ever-growing and more complex arena. Managing the unique needs of each client in this rapidly changing industry can strain aging workflows and processes. For the claims and managed care industry, now is the time to invest in technology to ease the burden of meeting these needs.
One solution to keep pace with the growing demands of our industry is workflow automation. Workflow automation can help automate manual tasks, saving time and labor. Reducing errors and omissions, increasing productivity, and providing valuable insight and data will lead to more efficient solutions and increased profitability. Due to these considerations, now is the time for organizations to invest in technology to enhance their processing platforms.
A survey commissioned by UiPath, INC, an enterprise automation software company, found that 86% of executives surveyed believe automation will enable their employees to focus on more creative work and spend less time on mundane, repetitive, time-consuming tasks.
Workplace automation can be adapted to any workflow. Rules-based logic can be as simple as data entry or as complex as AI-assisted decision-making. These processes can be built around existing standard operating procedures, and the data collected can be used to propose new changes based on identified trends in utilization.
Automation assisted workflow leads to improved business performance, minimized errors, and improved productivity and profitability. As we continue our journey toward digitalization, the importance of evolving our business operations becomes a necessity. Organizations that want to keep pace with changing industry norms need to incorporate technology-based solutions to meet clients’ needs and stay ahead of the competition.
About Curt Neel
Curt has 30 years of experience in insurance, health plan management, network contracting, and operations. During his 10-year tenure at MCMC, Curt ran provider recruitment and oversaw vendor service relationships, handling over 50 network partner and vendor service agreements. Provider and vendor contracting was coordinated with managed care, integrated services, and medical bill review relative to the network contracts, discounts and repricing. Curt is responsible for Triton Healthcare Partners’ business operations in conjunction with Michael Lindberg, Tritons’ founder, CEO and Managing Partner.
About Triton Healthcare Partners
Triton Healthcare Partners has over a million providers in all 50 states, providing a national, customized network solution for its clients. Triton provides a total network solution or can be an alternative to enhance existing strategic partnerships.
We offer national network optimization, working on our clients’ behalf to create a traditional network solution, specialty wrap network service, or customized payment service model.
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