HealthEdge and Keane Deliver Innovative healthcare BPO Offerings

Jan 11, 2012: HealthEdge, announced that they have entered into a strategic partnership with one of the most reputed company in the United States, Keane. HealthEdge is a provider of enterprise-class software solutions for the healthcare industry. Keane is US based company which is into BPO services and has expertise in servicing healthcare payor community.

This combination is expected to help payors very much. It is because payors will get better opportunity to manage the deliverables at a lower cost. It will also help them to support new initiatives in the industry. According to the officials, along with these benefits there are many other advantages for the payors. Some of the advantages are that, it will provide more transparent solutions which will help to align customer expectations. Moreover, many of the critical issues faced by the healthcare economy can be rectified. Issues related to payment reforms can also be resolved.

According to industry sources, this partnership is will enable better operational performance optimization. It will also help to reduce the administrative cost.

As far as Keane is concerned, the company is an NTT DATA company. The headquarters of the company is in United States. From the past 45 years, the company has been an application services specialist with some remarkable achievements. HealthEdge provides far above the ground expertise in software suit and healthcare payors. Considering the payors, HealthEdge is a crucial and very important choice to survive in this emerging healthcare economy.




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