\r\nHealth insurance \r\ncompanies struggle to quickly, efficiently, and cost-effectively create \r\ntheir care networks--the very products they depend on to stay in \r\nbusiness. Almost all of the challenges are rooted in an outdated, very \r\nfragmented way of managing networks. Data is segmented into different \r\ndepartments. Multiple systems are used for different network management \r\nfunctions. And networks are siloed off into different systems. Not \r\nsurprisingly, such a flawed system is the cause of equally fractured \r\nrelationships with providers. It also hinders rapid expansion into new \r\nmarkets.
\r\nThis guide shines a light on a more productive (and greatly simplified) \r\nway to create and manage the kind of care networks both providers and \r\nconsumers want to be in. Readers will walk away with a confident \r\nunderstanding of how to replace their fragmented, disorganized network \r\nmanagement with a centralized and enterprise-wide platform recognizable \r\nthrough four essential characteristics. Such a platform:
\r\nâ€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹The result is nothing less than an overdue reinvention of network\r\n management and provider relations for todayâ€™s consumer-driven \r\nhealthcare. <---p>