Wipro, PLEXIS to boost digital transformation for healthcare payers
Category: #health  By Saipriya Iyer  Date: 2020-03-17
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Wipro, PLEXIS to boost digital transformation for healthcare payers

The global healthcare industry is presently witnessing a major digital transformation. Operating an intelligent and efficient back-office is critical to boost productivity, quality, and revenue. Optimized technology to support intelligent operations will be key to transform the payer enterprise.

Indian IT giant Wipro and health tech company PLEXIS Healthcare Systems have recently inked a strategic collaboration.

As per reliable sources, the partnership will initially focus on supporting Managed Medicaid and Medicare programs, but will extend to support Accountable Care Act and commercial lines of business.

The companies apparently aim to deliver complaint, secure, high-value, end-to-end digital first plan administration solutions for healthcare payers and plan sponsors across the globe. The partnership will enable accurate, efficient, streamlined, and integrated plan administration at affordable price and an improved customer experience.

At its core, PLEXIS’ healthcare payer claims and care management platforms will be combined with Wipro’s Medicare platforms. This would allow the companies to deliver cutting-edge technology backbone.

Seemingly, this will enable the software giant to deliver industry leading Business Process-as-a-Service (BPaaS) for effective management of the complete value chain. This includes enrollment processing along with Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) member billing, fulfillment, claims processing, care management, and Encounter Data Processing to CMS.

The Wipro-PLEXIS collaboration will apparently offer Medicare and Medicaid plans a complaint, affordable and easy turnkey option, with improved focus on enhanced care outcomes, reduced administrative costs, data collaboration, and greater member satisfaction.

According to PLEXIS President and CEO Jorge Yant, collaborating with Wipro will enable the company to deliver complaint and secure on-demand software solutions to unlock the complete potential of digital transformation and place its clients on the best path for success.

With technology increasingly playing a crucial role in every aspect of healthcare services delivery worldwide, healthcare payers identify the need to boost the development of integrated and affordable digital solutions to ensure they remain on the competitive forefront.
 

Source: https://newyork.citybizlist.com/article/601238/wipro-plexis-healthcare-systems-ink-global-strategic-partnership



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