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Provider Network Management Solutions

A healthcare provider network is a list of doctors, hospitals, and other providers that an insurance coverage plan associates with to provide medical care to members. Providers who fall into a health plan’s network are called in-network providers and those that don’t are called out-of-network providers. In addition to clinical doctors, a health plan’s in-network providers could also include nurses, therapists, and also home care professionals.

The workflow surrounding the growth and day-to-day is no small feat. There is an elaborate series of steps to onboard a provider into a network, through a process called credentialing. This is followed by regular, day-to-day activities like data management, analytics, contracting, credentialing pricing, maintenance, configuration, and so forth. Needless to say, it is a complex bureaucratic process that requires dedicated administrative solutions.

The push to improve efficiency in managing provider networks has many healthcare software provider companies racing to develop innovative networking management solutions. One of the cornerstones of such solutions is the function to harness data for optimizing operations. Every industry from banking, tourism, manufacturing, construction to retail and telecommunications generates data from day-to-day operations. This holds important insights to help the management make informed decisions.
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