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For healthcare payers, commercial plan opportunities continue to grow. Commercial offerings, in fact, dominate many payers books of business. Organizations supporting these plans require core administration systems with the flexibility to accommodate increasingly innovative plan designs and technologies that enables increased automation to improve efficiency and reduce costs.
Cognizant offers an extensive array of advanced systems and services to tailor an optimal solution for your commercial business requirements. Our advanced systems and services help streamline processes, maximize automation and ensure regulatory compliance.
Our comprehensive solutions can enhance both your business and your bottom line. Whether you manage or administrate a health plan; operate nationally, regionally or locally; or support traditional or specialty plan offerings, we offer a range of options:
Increases payer efficiency, improve productivity, reduce costs and position your business for growth.
Offers end-to-end solution that pairs modular SaaS products with industry-leading strategic consulting to connect disparate systems, standardize data and enable secure, authenticated access in real-time.
Automates pricing scenarios to provide the best value to payers, providers and patients.
Enables payer/provider collaboration to reduce costs and drive overall quality improvement.
Manages EDI trading partners with one cost-effective, cloud-enabled technology service.
Connects care managers to members and providers while reducing costs, personalizing interventions and improving care quality.
Automate and simplify operational tasks associated with our core healthcare technology solutions, Facets and QNXT.
Extend the functionality of your core system by providing critical capabilities from enrollment through risk adjustment, to efficiently administer government solutions.
Automates transaction processing and information exchange between payer organizations and their external constituents.