As a health insurer, there’s something you don’t want to hear: one of your biggest barriers to growth and innovation could be the legacy system or medical platform you’re using to administer your dental and vision products.
In the last decade, SKYGEN and legendary NBA star Bo Ellis began a community outreach partnership to increase health equity in urban Milwaukee
Dental and vision benefit programs are behind the curve in terms of consumer expectations. What does it take to bring dental and vision benefits into the digital age of healthcare? Here are the 3 must-have strategies.
Signed into law on December 11, 2018, the Action for Dental Health Act H.R. (2422/S. 3016) aims to improve oral health and access to oral healthcare for our nation’s most vulnerable populations, including children who are underserved, underinsured, living in rural areas, and those with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
One of the unique challenges around dental care for those who are in and out of the criminal justice system is continuity of care. The Dental Home Model can help change that.
In our webinar with NADP, SKYGEN discussed ways data analytics and advances in benefit management technology can be used to facilitate stakeholder engagement across the spectrum and establish paths to better oral health.
SKYGEN debunks three common myths surrounding dental technology implementation, reveals the competitive gain for your organization, and uncovers the key to making it a once-in-a-lifetime investment.
Five ways big data analytics and technology-enabled solutions can help healthcare organizations build programs that are centered on the needs of providers and members/patients according to the webinar.
By transforming time- and labor-intensive processes with technology that enables paperless workflows and electronic relationships, payers can reduce errors and manual re-work, increase profitability, improve member and provider satisfaction, and position themselves to scale quickly as their business grows.
Forward-thinking organizations thriving in the digital age are leveraging big data analytics to improve their performance, serve their customers more effectively and gain competitive advantage.
Value-based strategies leveraging technology-enabled solutions not only better control costs and improve quality, but also drive appropriate care while creating a more engaging patient experience.