Demand for OpenSpan Solutions Accelerates Among Leading National Healthcare Insurance Organizations

February 2014
Insurance Broadcasting;2/25/2014, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the announcement made by the provider of innovative worker optimization OpenSpan Inc. of increasing of OpenSpan Desktop Automation solutions among leading national healthcare insurance organizations. Topics discussed include equipment of employees with the tools to effectively handle all the member interactions, challenges faced by the healthcare insurance organizations on reducing their administrative costs and the significance of OpenSpan Desktop Automation.


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