To answer the question posed in the title: Yes. U.S. consumers have become accustomed to purchasing almost anything online. And when they shop, they expect choice and convenience. Now that
When considering setting up an individual exchange, you want a competitive feature set, industrial strength security and unparalleled UX—all for a cost that will help grow your bottom line. Historically,
Comparison between the audiences at the unveiling of a new pope 2005 and 2013 in St. Peter's Square. In just eight years, mobile technology became ubiquitous. In our
For anyone who has played the popular party game, “Would You Rather,” laughter typically ensues as friends consider crazy, incongruous choices. It seems that for many Americans, having dental surgery
Health insurers can progress – and gain incremental value – along a logical path to eliminate manual, paper-based processes, modernize enrollment and prepare for full e-commerce. As we
The Kaiser Family Foundation recently released a report entitled “Examining Private Exchanges in the Employer-Sponsored Insurance Market,” and Array Health is proud to be among the companies included. This report
Accenture’s recent report "Growing Pains for Private Health Insurance Exchanges” raises several strong points about the challenges of delivering on the promises of private health insurance exchanges. We couldn't agree
We at Array Health are deeply interested in file standardization. While we've got a lot of experience interfacing with our clients using their proprietary file formats, standardization across the industry makes life easier for everyone. If health insurance had its own version of pain remediation, it might just be file standardization.
When people think of a private health insurance exchange, they generally think of the marketplace itself, but there’s a lot of work that goes into the backend, including enrollment files, member maintenance files, billing data, plan data, and rating data. We’ve been managing and maintaining integrations with carriers’ enterprise systems since 2006, but in this blog post we’ll focus on one of the most notorious file formats for enrollment and why it’s here to stay.