In this white paper, we cover the financial impact prior authorization has on organizations and solutions that executives can leverage to help ease the strain – including centralized workflows, robotic processing automation (RPA) and artificial intelligence (AI).
An independent survey conducted by healthcare consultancy Sage Growth Partners and sponsored by Olive found that, after years of lagging behind other industries, hospitals and health systems are finally adopting automation technologies to transform core business processes and operations.
Every year in the United States, hundreds of billions of healthcare dollars are wasted in the form of unnecessary or inefficient services. By reducing this unwarranted clinical variation — starting in surgery — health systems can improve patient outcomes and control unnecessary spending for both hospitals and patients. In this white paper, explore how Olive is using artificial intelligence and a cohort-driven methodology to view clinical data differently, resulting in reduced costs, engaged surgeons and healthier patients.
With more demand for care and fewer resources to deliver it, healthcare is quickly adopting artificial intelligence technology to handle clinical and administrative tasks. As the industry continues to evolve and innovate, the workforce — now made up of both human and non-human workers — will operate differently to become more efficient while better caring for patients.
Health systems face severe financial burdens as a result of manual, time-consuming insurance eligibility verification – the process has become a costly drain on an organization’s human capital. In fact, manual data entry contributes to the staggering fact that 23.9% of claims are denied due to eligibility and registration issues. Download our white paper to learn the importance of checking patient insurance eligibility and the current solutions health systems are using to streamline the process.
Take revenue cycle processes from costly to effective. Understand strategies Revenue Cycle and HIM leaders are using. We’ll identify both the pros and cons, as well as emerging technologies that are uniquely positioned to transform the landscape.
Leading health systems across the country are using robotic process automation (RPA) to drive long-term ROI and free up time for skilled workers to focus on tasks that require a human touch. When evaluating the potential benefits of robotic process automation at your health system, it’s critical to have a working knowledge of the technologies available and where RPA has the highest potential for reducing costs and administrative burden.
In this white paper, you’ll learn how to confidently identify, prioritize, and qualify business processes for automation to help meet your health system’s goal of delivering quick and meaningful ROI on your investment.
Artificial intelligence is being rapidly adopted in healthcare, spurred on by technology gaps made highly visible due to the coronavirus pandemic. As healthcare leaders work to implement these advanced technologies throughout the hospital in both clinical and administrative functions, it is worth examining the impact AI will have on the future of work for healthcare.
“Internet of Healthcare Report” reveals it’s not humanly possible to keep up with the demands placed on humans in healthcare
Until now, entrepreneurs were forced to battle long sales cycles, security audits and compliance requirements — without ever having the chance to complete a pilot. Today, Olive, the automation company creating the Internet of Healthcare, launched Olive Ventures, a strategic in-house studio focused on creating revolutionary companies and specialized products for the healthcare industry.