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Claim management : software selection
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someone could help me to select the best software to support my team performing a "Contemporaneous Period schedule analysis" ? Here some option for you : "Acumen Fuse " , "Claim digger" , "inspector" . thanks
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In terms of healthcare claims, we have used Integration technology and tools like eClinical works, EPIC, Dell software, IBM Integration tools, Seebeyond, Java, SOA and such. There are others too, depending on the style of healthcare business, however, not sure what you are looking for in your question.
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1 reply by STEFANO PITTALUGA
Sep 08, 2017 11:22 AM
STEFANO PITTALUGA
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Thanks , we are moving in the oil and gas market
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Sep 08, 2017 11:09 AM
Replying to Deepa Kalangi
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In terms of healthcare claims, we have used Integration technology and tools like eClinical works, EPIC, Dell software, IBM Integration tools, Seebeyond, Java, SOA and such. There are others too, depending on the style of healthcare business, however, not sure what you are looking for in your question.
Thanks , we are moving in the oil and gas market
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Have you mapped out your requirements? If so, it is just a question of assigning a weight value and score to each requirement. You then score each software application against your requirements.

Multiply each application's requirement score by the requirement's weight to get a weighted score. Add all of the weighted scores for a total application score.

Divide the total application score by the application cost to get the application value. The application with the highest value is the one you want.
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Sep 08, 2017 3:50 PM
Vincent Guerard
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I have use similar methods to choose various product, I find it is simple easy to explain to all.
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Thanks Stephane
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Sep 08, 2017 2:36 PM
Replying to Stéphane Parent
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Have you mapped out your requirements? If so, it is just a question of assigning a weight value and score to each requirement. You then score each software application against your requirements.

Multiply each application's requirement score by the requirement's weight to get a weighted score. Add all of the weighted scores for a total application score.

Divide the total application score by the application cost to get the application value. The application with the highest value is the one you want.
I have use similar methods to choose various product, I find it is simple easy to explain to all.
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Yes, Vincent. It's a straightforward tool that scales up and down as you need.
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i agree

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