SKYGEN is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Larry Paul as Chief Dental Officer.
SKYGEN announced the latest version of our Enterprise System is now available with a new Provider Select Suite, which includes a Rating Tool, Recognition Program, and the Enhanced Find-a-Provider solution. Each solution is available stand-alone or bundled together in a suite.
SKYGEN announced that the latest version of our Enterprise System now provides one-click access to clearinghouses to view images during claims and authorization processing. In addition, it allows for real-time processing of claims and predeterminations.
SKYGEN has appointed Steve Berryman as President, reporting to Craig Kasten, CEO. Berryman will be responsible for all aspects of the business, including customer success and satisfaction, growth and profitability of the SaaS and benefit administration businesses, and execution of the company’s strategic initiatives.
SKYGEN International Foundation has provided more than 100,000 Tanzanians with free vision tests and distributed more than 22,500 pairs of free prescription glasses in its efforts to provide free vision services throughout underserved communities.
SKYGEN announced expanded connectivity capabilities of our industry standard Enterprise System software as a service (SaaS) benefits automation platform, allowing its insurer clients to reduce time and expense of sharing data among their business systems while increasing data quality.
The SKYGEN International Foundation celebrates a year of achievement and growth in its effort to provide vision services throughout underserved communities in Tanzania.
SKYGEN today announced new enhancements to its Enterprise System solution, including extended functionality for vision lab choice, support of multiple languages in member self-service functionality, and intelligent provider data management to prevent duplicate provider records.
The SKYGEN International Foundation was created to find cost-effective ways to improve healthcare in underserved parts of the world through the use of emerging technologies. SKYGENerosity is focused on helping vulnerable populations in the 39 states throughout the U.S. served by the company and its clients.
The SKYGEN International Foundation announced it will bring a vision correction initiative to citizens of the African nation of Tanzania.