Transforming the Claims Process for Improved Results

Available On-Demand

For P&C insurers the claims process is at the heart of their business model. To increase efficiencies and profitability, and to improve their customers’ experience, insurers are seeking to transform the process and integrate it more closely with policy administration and other functions.

In this webinar, industry experts from Discoverture Solutions and Systema Software will outline a practical and useful project plan for claims transformation that can achieve these objectives. They will discuss how and why claims automation should be approached as part of a company’s overall business strategy, and not merely as a technology problem to be solved, describing how insurers can create a complete, affordable, and quick-to-implement claims solution that streamlines workflows and shares vital information among internal and external stakeholders.

During this webinar you will learn:

  • How to identify which claims data should be shared with policy and underwriting systems
  • How data sharing between systems can increase efficiencies and reduce underwriting risk
  • What type of claims system architecture is best suited to an end-to-end enterprise infrastructure
  • Which are the most critical system requirements for claims transformation
  • How to expedite implementation while reducing the risk of failure and delays

The presenters will also review other important considerations for claims automation, including no-touch to low-touch processing and task, caseload, and workflow management



PRESENTERS:

Jose Tribuzio
Founder & CEO
Systema Software
Eric Eckert
Cofounder
Discoverture Solutions

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