Optum

Expert viewpoint: Why CIOs need payment accuracy in the cloud
Payment accuracy is the critical starting point for modernizing your plan. It’s where analytics, technology and operations meet. Optum experts share how simple, early wins in payment accuracy can streamline operations and yield immediate savings.

Podcast Series: How health care CIOs can transform their operations with payment accuracy
Julie Durham, vice president of software engineering and payment integrity at Optum, discusses the following topics in new podcast series:

  1. How you can learn new things by enriching your data
  2. How to embrace cloud technology and use it to your competitive advantage
  3. How you can arm your most innovative business unit with the most innovative technology 

CIOs and IT leaders: Lead a digital transformation with immediate savings
Payment accuracy is the best place for health care CIOs to lead a system-wide digital transformation. In this article series Matt Choffin and Julie Durham of Optum show how to balance between “keeping the lights on” and evolving your digital ecosystem.

Get a by-the-numbers view of how to self-fund innovation
What savings will you gain to fund system-wide modernization initiatives? Optum breaks it down, including a prepay strategy that saves $158 million. As a CIO, you play a pivotal role as an agent of change. Download the infographic now. 

The Health Plan CIO’s Role in Digital Transformation
Consumers are demanding convenience and choice. Along with the drive toward value-based care, this means payers must modernize. The CIO’s role is to architect a digital transformation that frees the data and allows payer/provider collaboration and interoperability. In this article, Optum CIO John Santelli and Optum Advisory Services Senior Vice President David Chennisi offer perspectives on payer readiness and approaches to digital transformation.

A Map for the Journey to a New Healthcare Ecosystem
IT is changing the health ecosystem. Are you innovating for future success? CIOs are modernizing healthcare for the new consumer, while lowering plan costs and increasing quality care through innovations in technology. This eBook outlines the safest evolution from outdated technologies to a high-performing, modern system. This practical approach allows you to unleash innovation across your efforts – from simple, immediate projects to expansive, transformational plans.