The Future Belongs to Intelligent Payer Operations

  • August 13, 2019
  • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET
  • online

Health insurance providers see a new opportunity on the horizon: intelligent operations. Accenture surveyed operations executives at 150 health insurance companies and learned that the pressure is on to support revenue growth, improve the customer experience, and increase quality. Join Accenture’s thought leaders to explore how the back office is now expected to power the front office.

Amid industry challenges, health insurance companies are investing in intelligent operations—and they expect results. Those pursuing intelligent payer operations anticipate productivity, revenue and quality increases over the next three years. Payers with intelligent operations want to use diverse data to make decisions, satisfy customers and achieve business outcomes.

Attendees will learn: 

  1. How to think holistically about operations
  2. Five elements of intelligent payer operations
  3. What happens next


Rob Murphy
Managing Director
Accenture Health

Rob has spent the last 30 years at Accenture in a variety of client facing roles driving client value for leading payers in the industry. He is currently the Accenture Payer Back Office Lead and his primary responsibility is helping clients define and drive their Intelligent Payer Operations agenda. Rob is also responsible for Accenture’s Back Office innovation research and development, and thought capital. Rob graduated from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln got his MBA / MHS degree from the University of Florida.

Michael Kaveney
Managing Director
Accenture Health

Mike brings extensive experience from a variety of change initiatives across payer functions, with a focus in core administrative functions including benefits administration, group and member services, and claims. Mike leads Accenture Health’s Claims practice in client journeys to increase payment accuracy; drive automation, digital, and analytical capabilities; and deliver Intelligent Payer platform and operational transformations.

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