By Bryan Burr on Jul 08, 2013
We are all aware of the complex challenges associated with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.There are also many unforeseen compliance challenges that insurance executives will likely confront with this changing regulatory environment. Companies will be taxed to face changes from multiple processes, risk management, new distribution channels, and a fragmented IT approach. To address all of the challenges, companies will need to change market dynamics and business models. Changing regulations, demographics and aging baby boomers will force new markets and product mix. Companies will need to adopt new technologies to address many of the challenges, while addressing their current processes to minimize the impact to IT resources.
How can companies use new technology to help drive growth and gain competitive advantage? A rip and replace method is an expensive proposition, so new technologies must be integrated to power modern product development demands. Download our new white paper, Compliance Challenges Associated with Health Care Reform: Managing Data, Documents, and Product Development for Market Advantage, and learn about the challenges compliance executives are facing with the impact of new legislation, and look deeper into using technology to address payers’ needs to:
- Track a new product through all its various stages.
- Ensure input received from all appropriate parties.
- Measure the time required to bring a new product to market.
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