One of our two presentations at IBM Content 2017 was about best practices for extending IBM ECM with IBM Case Manager.
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So you say you have an innovative solution, eh? Some may have delivered this message with tremendous enthusiasm sometime in their career and some may have heard this message at least once.
Siloed departments, budget limitations, lengthy approval processes and limited resource availability are common hurdles to overcome when implementing new technology. Our solution to this challenge was to create a reusable approach to case solution development.
Talk to any life insurance company and they will tell you that attending physician statements (APS) (also referred to as digital or electronic medical records) are the biggest delay in underwriting new applications. Ordering an APS is expensive ($50-$150 each), takes time to retrieve (10-30+ days) and is necessary for 20-30% of all life insurance applications (and if it is reinsurance, they require an APS for each application).
There are a lot of things to consider when deploying a cloud solution: security, connectivity, maintenance, vendor. Without talking, understanding and planning for each element, a project can get messy and end up costing more than anticipated. To prevent this from happening, we compiled a list of questions every organization should ask before flying into the cloud.