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Content tagged with Policy Administration posted in November 2011
Physicians Mutual Offloads Card Processing Into the Cloud
News  |  11/28/2011  | 
Physicians Mutual leverages a SaaS-based accounts receivable solution to meet PCI and NACHA compliance requirements for securing customer credit card and bank account data by moving it into the cloud.
Top 10 Areas of Focus for Health Organizations in 2012
News  |  11/17/2011  | 
PwC's Top Health Industry Issues studies forecasts new payer/provider partnerships, investments in informatics and social media, and new approaches to privacy in an unsettled political and regulatory environment.
The Return of Insurity: Analysts React
News  |  11/10/2011  | 
The acquisition of LexisNexis' insurance software business by Genstar Capital will benefit insurance carrier customers while clarifying LexisNexis' insurance-related business and delivering a cautionary message to companies ambitious to enter the insurance software market.
Insurance CIOs Debate Policy Admin Success Factors at I&T Executive Summit
News  |  11/9/2011  | 
Technology executives at an I&T Executive Summit roundtable agreed that rules-based, configurable systems had arrived, but disputed what was the system of record and how much technology really matters.
Accenture P&C Suite Announcement Prompts Enthusiasm, Skepticism
News  |  11/4/2011  | 
Systems compatibility and aggressive action following the Duck Creek acquisition have enabled rapid integration progress, but industry observers suggest that it's too early to declare "Mission Accomplished."
Life Insurance Companies Face Fight Over Death Benefits
News  |  11/4/2011  | 
Life insurers face a new data management challenge as state regulators demand that they proactively search for life insurance beneficiaries. But who really benefits?

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