November 20, 2014
December 3, 2014
November 20, 2014 - November 6, 2014
September 9, 2014
For many carriers, the most important distribution channel remains independent agents. Insurers have an opportunity to grab more market share and gain a lasting competitive advantage by integrating their agent compensation, compliance, and services into a single, comprehensive management solution. But insurers can't achieve this integration within the current environment of fragmented systems, inconsistent data, and inflexible compensation programs. Read the new eBook where Karlyn Carnahan, Research Director at Celent and Kevin Gray, Product Marketing Manager at IBM discuss the challenges facing carriers, the key strategies needed to drive growth, as well as best practices in distribution management. You will discover how you can:
Grow market share through the execution of a strategic approach to producer lifecycle management
Gain competitive advantage in your distribution efforts by consolidating various processes involved in producer management compensation, compliance, and service
Create an integrated approach to deliver higher quality service, more reliable information, and lower costs
Download the new eBook now!
August 26, 2014
The federal governments electronic health records adoption program seems to have whet healthcare providers appetites for more. As organizations are moving toward implementing EHRs in compliance with the Meaningful Use requirements, many are coming back to the table looking to broaden their technology consumption as well.
Certainly, the governments incentive program can, at least in part, be credited with sparking this wide-spread move toward information technology. According to findings from the 25th Annual HIMSS Leadership Survey, more than 90 percent of hospital leaders have already qualified for Stage 1 Meaningful Use and approximately three-quarters indicated they expect to qualify for Stage 2 in 2014. Read on to find out whats next.
March 19, 2014
Insurance companies of all sizes and lines of business have invested heavily in policy administration and claims system transformations over the last several years. By transforming these aging systems, insurers are realizing benefits across multiple fronts, including faster time to market for new products, improved service, increased efficiency, and lower technology support costs. Register now for the eBook version of the one-hour webinar which aired 12/11/13.