With the MLR requirement of the Affordable Care Act, healthcare payers are challenged to find ways of improving operating margins through employee performance and workforce optimization. Operational efficiency starts with understanding exactly how time is being spent today and accurately measuring resources against the right inventory of work (claims, enrollments, etc) at the right time. Fortunately, new automated tools and methods of capturing and reporting this critical data allow front line managers to dramatically improve the productivity of back office staff.
This webinar will explore emerging best practices in capturing and measuring back office productivity. Armed with accurate and real time productivity data, this webinar will also discuss a best practices approach to systematically improve back office operations through coaching, employee engagement strategies, and improving overall team productivity to breakthrough levels of 30% or more.
You will learn:
- How providing visibility through real time collection, measurement and on-going monitoring can impact productivity in back office operations
- Best practice process improvement advice to enhance back office productivity
- The power of an engaged workforce with an active voice in the productivity measurement approach and interpretation
- Reduction of cost to gather workforce productivity in real time providing an increase in productivity by 30% or more
Jim Sinur, formerly Distinguished Analyst, Gartner Group, is an independent thought leader in applying business process management (BPM) to innovative and intelligent business operations (IBO). His research and areas of personal experience focus on business process innovation, business modeling, business process management technology (iBPMS), process collaboration for knowledge workers, process intelligence/optimization, business policy/rule management (BRMS), and leveraging business applications in processes. Jim is also one of the authors of BPM: The Next Wave.
Dr. Edward M.L. Peters is the Chief Executive Officer of OpenConnect, Dallas, Texas. As a technology innovator and entrepreneur, Dr. Peters has received numerous awards including the 2004 Maryland Technology Council, Entrepreneur of the Year, the IBM/GUIDE International President’s Award, the R/A/D Award for Excellence in Repository-Based Application Development and a Lehigh University Williams Prize. He was also an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award Finalist in 2003, 2004 and 2010.
He is the author of numerous publications ranging from scholarly peer-review journals to popular media such as The Hill Congressional Newspaper, Forbes, and The Financial Times. He is also the author ofThe Paid-for Option, Using Process Intelligence to Close the Healthcare Knowledge Gap.