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Points of Light 2024 Case Study 6
Using API Technology to Automate Managed Care Referral Authorizations

author - Boyd Stewart
Author
Boyd Stewart
author - Aurene Wilford
Author
Aurene Wilford
 
May 1, 2024 | Read Time: 1  minute

Authorizing managed care referrals can be a labor-intensive, time-consuming process that burdens provider organizations, health plans, and patients. In this collaboration, the stakeholders worked to combine API technology with robotic process automation to streamline the referral process and provide transparency into the status of referrals. Outcomes include reduced administrative burdens and increased access to care for patients.

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Key Findings:

  1. Executive Summary
    • The Collaborators
  2. Points of Friction—Challenges to Be Solved
  3. Action Plan—How the Collaborators Worked Together to Reduce Friction
  4. Points of Light—Outcomes Achieved through Collaboration
  5. Lessons Learned—What Best Practices Can Other Organizations Replicate?
  6. What's Next?—Vision for the Future
author - Natalie Hopkins
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Natalie Hopkins
author - Jess Wallace-Simpson
Designer
Jess Wallace-Simpson
author - Joel Sanchez
Project Manager
Joel Sanchez
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