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Cognizant Healthcare BPaaS
First Look 2021

author - Joe VanDeGraaff
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Joe VanDeGraaff
author - Joseph Ybarra
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Joseph Ybarra
author - Spencer Larson
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Spencer Larson
 
December 17, 2021 | Read Time: 1  minute

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Business process as a service (BPaaS) is a new delivery method for core payer claims and administration solutions that can lighten administrative burdens and increase health plans’ efficiency. Cognizant began offering BPaaS about two years ago (previously offered business management services [BMS] and business process outsourcing [BPO]). Today they have the largest presence in this space, and they actively encourage BPaaS adoption. For this report, KLAS performed in-depth interviews with five organizations using Cognizant’s Healthcare BPaaS model for Facets and QNXT (both acquired from TriZetto).

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Key Findings

  1. Cognizant Healthcare BPaaS Customer Experience: An Initial Look
  2. KLAS’ Points to Ponder
  3. Cognizant: Company Profile at a Glance
author - Natalie Jamison
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Natalie Jamison
author - Joel Sanchez
Project Manager
Joel Sanchez
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