Core Administration 2.0 goes beyond the traditional back office application with a shift to a platform approach that includes rich digital experiences, data liquidity, real-time integrations, and much more. The new 2.0 architecture is scalable and flexible — empowering organizations to seamlessly integrate administrative, financial, and clinical operations.
In this webinar we will discuss how it will be necessary for the healthcare industry to expand beyond automation and accuracy and focus on personalizing user experiences for unique data interaction. The 2.0 platform allows IT departments to communicate with multiple software applications in real time; leverage actionable analytics at the supervisory and executive levels; configure user interfaces and workflows to support the daily needs of internal staff; and provide real-time access to portals. Understanding and supporting these optimized experiences requires a platform with modern architecture to connect, collaborate, and grow across your entire ecosystem.
Webinar participants will learn:
Who should attend: Executives, IT, and claims stakeholders.
Sarah Lesowski, Senior Product Specialist, PLEXIS Healthcare Systems
Sarah Lesowski is a Senior Product Specialist for PLEXIS Healthcare Systems’ payer platforms. Ms. Lesowski has in depth experience and technical knowledge of complex enterprise healthcare ecosystems.
Pete Escobar, VP of Product Development, PLEXIS Healthcare Systems
Pete Escobar manages and oversees the Product Development department at PLEXIS Healthcare Systems, including architecture, software development, design, quality assurance, information technology, product documentation, and strategic partner alliance/collaborative development delivery. Mr. Escobar has extensive industry-leading experience with over 20 years in Information Technology leadership including software development, customer delivery, corporate transformations, process improvements, information security, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, strategic development, international business, and regulatory compliance. Formerly, Mr. Escobar has worked with companies such as Citigroup, MasterCard, Ameren, Monsanto, and Comverse Network Systems. His credentials include a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, an MBA from Washington University, Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified by Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), as well as various process certifications.
Healthcare core administration trends and drivers
A flexible and scalable platform is paramount for core administration 2.0
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