In a previous healthcare BPM post, we talked about how BP Logix works with large healthcare organizations like MultiPlan and the National Eye Institute to implement BPM healthcare solutions for improved process efficiency across departments including finance, IT, regulatory, and purchasing among others.
Today, again, we’re looking at additional BPM healthcare examples and case studies to further illustrate how pivotal Process Director can be in improving processes, saving time, and reducing headaches.
The National Institute of Mental Health Creates a Telecommuting Workforce with BPM
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the largest scientific organization in the world dedicated to research focused on the understanding, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders and the promotion of mental health. The mission of NIMH is to transform the understanding and treatment of mental illnesses through basic and clinical research, paving the way for prevention, recovery, and cure.
THE PROBLEM: As the organization grew, tracking and managing the sheer volume of forms, approvals, and documents associated with their administrative business processes became an administrative challenge that needed to be addressed. They wanted a BPM healthcare solution that could interface with their other systems, offer multiple scenario workflows, and be searchable. They also wanted to be able to create a designated telecommuting workforce.
THE SOLUTION: Within 60 days, the IT team had created and implemented their initial healthcare BPM workflows and database connectors that integrated with their back-end systems. They quickly created teleworker authorization and remote access forms, travel requests, waiver process/security exception requests, budgetary funds request, and IT purchase requests.
Learn more about National Institute of Mental Health here.
Whittier Health Network Streamlined Benefit Enrollment with BPM Healthcare
Whittier Health Network provides quality, comprehensive medical care to its residents in a compassionate family care setting. The network is comprised of acute rehabilitation hospitals, sub-acute rehabilitation and long-term care facilities, management services, an institutional pharmacy, a home health care agency, and an adult psychiatric hospital.
THE PROBLEM: Their annual benefit enrollment process was grueling, with 2,500 employees who needed to be processed in a three-week time frame. The volume of documents to process was overwhelming and they wanted an easier way that automated more of the process. The goal was to find a product that did not require a lot of expenses for training.
THE SOLUTION: They began with a smaller process of online applications and when that was successful, they went onto to use Process Director to implement the full employee benefits enrollment process. Rather than scanning forms of information and gathering signatures and approvals, the full process was automated with healthcare BPM improvements. Less challenging, less painful, friendlier, and more effective, Process Director took a complicated enrollment process and simplified it.
Learn more about Whittier Health Network here.
Is a BPM healthcare solution right for your organization? It can be a solution for medium- and large-sized healthcare institutions processing volumes of paperwork on a daily basis. Contact us today for a free demo and to speak to one of our BPM experts.