By now we all know the joke: Who led the digital transformation of your company? a) CEO, b) CIO or c) COVID-19. All kidding aside, organizations that were farther along on their digital roadmap fared better from an operational standpoint and have the resilience to adjust as market conditions continue to evolve.
For Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, application modernization, intelligent automation, and predictive modeling are some of the foundational building blocks of a long-term digital IT strategy that enabled the health plan to pivot quickly while navigating the disruption of recent events.
In this one-hour webinar, ISG analyst Ron Exler and panelists explored the game-changing digital priorities health insurers must focus on as they redesign for the future. Watch the conversation on-demand for new insights.
| How to stabilize health plan operations by deploying new technology, leveraging self-service and automation|
| How to build resilience with an incremental approach to modernization|
| Why cloud, security, artificial intelligence and analytics are key to enabling new business models|
| The advantages of a digital business-as-a-process solution|
Ron Exler (Moderator)
Ron Exler is a Principal Analyst with ISG Research, with a cross-industry focus on the disruptive and progressive influences on businesses – and the experiences of their customers - of the Digital Workplace, Internet of Things (IoT), location intelligence, and other digital innovations. Ron is lead analyst for the new and upcoming ISG Provider Lens study for Healthcare and Life Sciences. Ron has led product management at enterprise software companies, run enterprise research advisory services, and advised, built and deployed innovative technology inside large enterprises. Ron holds a Master of Science degree in Cartography from the University of Wisconsin as well as a Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University. Ron also holds the ISG Digital Xpert certification.
CIO/SVP, IT Operations
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Deborah Norton oversees all facets of IT strategy and daily operations for Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. Most recently, she led a seven-year initiative to transform the organization’s “business in a box” environment to the more component-based architecture used today. That successful transformation of HPHC’s technology infrastructure now allows the health plan to more nimbly support the growing needs of external and internal customers. As SVP for Operations, she is responsible for all back-office operations, including claims processing, enrollment and benefit configuration, as well as Credentialing, Project Management, Member Services and Provider Services.
Health Plan President
NTT DATA Services
Shashi Yadiki is President of the Health Plan business for NTT DATA Services, where he has built a growing business focused on Business Process-as-a-Service, Digital Transformation, Intelligent Automation and adoption of value-based care models for healthcare. Shashi and his team bring an entrepreneurial mindset to help clients implement new business models in healthcare. Their outcome-based approach reduces costs and improves member and provider satisfaction through adoption of advanced digital capabilities. Shashi has an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.
Robert “Bob” Krohn
Partner and Healthcare Practice Lead
Robert “Bob” Krohn is a Partner and Healthcare Practice Lead at ISG. He has an extensive background in business process optimization, organizational design and execution including the direct oversight of numerous outsourcing contract negotiations. He has participated in the negotiation of the services agreement on multiple Healthcare transactions that included all Application Delivery and Maintenance and Infrastructure Domains. Bob is a speaker/ blogger on emerging trends in Healthcare. Bob holds a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Bob also holds the ISG Digital Xpert certification.